Warriors superstar Steph Curry scored 21 points and seven assists Thursday night in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Raptors. He missed a go-ahead 3-point attempt with his team down two and eight seconds remaining.
He could have won and forced a Game 7, keeping alive the dream of a Three Peat.
“There’s a lot of different emotions,” Curry said. “No regrets at all about how this series ended. We had a lot of great memories in this building.
“I think it’s iconic, in the sense of our entire history of this organization and how we got to this point.”
So what does a three time NBA Champion do when he loses?
Curry spent extra time packing up his locker before leaving. Then he stopped to say goodbye to every security guard, usher and custodian who worked there.
Many of them won’t be working in the new arena in San Francisco next year. The choice was given to all employees, but the new commute has proven prohibitive to many.
When Curry finally drove away from the arena he had helped make NBA history in, he went home and hung out with a dozen or so members of his family. They ordered In N Out burgers and played golf [on his simulator machine] deep into the night.
Sounds like a great way to heal.
Burgers, family, and golf. And I assume a little alcohol was in the mix…
That is a recipe for a fun night to help forget about a brutal loss.
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