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Steph Curry is still way too casual about making 3's from the center court logo

This isn’t fair. No matter how many times we see Stephen Curry hit an amazing shot, we’re still never truly used to how awesome it is. Look at this one where he pulls from way beyond the arc like it’s just another shot. Casual. #DubNation pic.twitter.com/9qLq1bTZ8I — NBA (@NBA) March 19, 2017 What can you do about that? Nothing. There is nothing you can do.
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