Steph Curry Says On IG Live That He Could Get 60 Points In A Game Against Anyone

Steph Curry Says On IG Live That He Could Get 60 Points In A Game Against Anyone
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Steph Curry is confident in his basketball playing skills, that much is for certain. Hot New Hip Hop recently picked up on an Instagram Live session with the basketball player in which he explained that he could down 60 points during a match with any team.

One could easily make the argument that Steph Curry is one of the greatest shooters in the history of the NBA, considering he places third on the all-time three-point list and still has many years to go before he retires.

When doing an IG Live session for the NBA, Curry was asked by McGee which team he thinks he could score 60 points against. Curry said in response that he could play like that with anyone. However, it's hard for Curry to put his money where his mouth these days, considering the NBA has currently been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

As fans of the basketball star know, he's currently married to Ayesha Curry, whom he has three children with. Earlier this year, the NBA star shared a post for his wife and three kids in honor of her birthday.

Nick Markus reported on the 24th of March that Curry gushed about their marriage, including telling everyone how much gratitude he had for being married to her. Ayesha, 31, on the other hand, shared a few social media posts of her celebrating with tequila sodas.

At the time, Ayesha and Steph were self-quarantining as everyone else has been doing for the last month and a half. It's clear neither party needed anything or anyone else to be happy, a fact that both Steph and Ayesha have said in the past.

On his IG birthday post for Ayesha, Steph shared a photo of Ayesha blowing a kiss at him and another one of them both posing in a silly way. He wrote on the 'Gram, "Y'all know what time it is...My baby's birthday today."

Ayesha and Steph share three children together, including Ryan Carson, Riley Elizabeth, and Canon W. Jack.

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