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Stephen Curry to participate in the 3-point shootout once again

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By Ponciano Melo – Widely regarded as the best shooter to ever set foot in NBA history, Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry banner the line-up for the Three-Point Shootout in the 2021 NBA All-Star in Atlanta March 7.

Curry had won the title once in 2015 before losing his splash brotherKlay Thompson in 2016. He then failed short last year when the underdog Joe Harris came on top. The defending 3-point king, however, will not participate.

This will be Curry\’s seventh stint in the shootout, emphasizing his love for shooting beyond the arc.

The participants are the 2018 Three-Point Shootout champ and an All-Star Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns. Booker was the last addition to the All-Star as a replacement to Los Angeles Lakers Anthony Davis, set to miss the All-Star Game due to an injury.

Being part of the ASG, Booker decided to join the competition, which will be held just before the start of the ASG.

Mean dunkers also joined the competition in Zach Lavine\’s names of the Chicago Bulls and Donovan Mitchell of the top-seeded Utah Jazz.

Also in the line-up are Boston Celtics\’ All-Star duo, Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum.

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Klay Thompson erupts with 41 points as Golden State grabs its first road win of the season

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After nine road games, the Golden State Warriors finally tasted a victory with a 127-120 score against the Houston Rockets. Klay Thompson was easily the man of the night dropping a season-high 41 points on 10 three-pointers. The several time All-Stars has been struggling throughout before hitting his groove that flashes his old form. Joining him is his splash brother Stephen Curry who had 33 points, 15 assists, and seven rebounds. The two-time MVP also hit seven triples making it a total of 17 treys just from the two of them. Meanwhile, the young Rockets have several career-highs from Jabari Smith Jr. with 22 points and Tari Eason with 19. The win puts Golden State in an 8-9 record while Houston drops to 3-14.

After nine road games, the Golden State Warriors finally tasted a victory with a 127-120 score against the Houston Rockets.

Klay Thompson was easily the man of the night dropping a season-high 41 points on 10 three-pointers. The several time All-Stars has been struggling throughout before hitting his groove that flashes his old form.

Joining him is his splash brother Stephen Curry who had 33 points, 15 assists, and seven rebounds. The two-time MVP also hit seven triples making it a total of 17 treys just from the two of them.

Meanwhile, the young Rockets have several career-highs from Jabari Smith Jr. with 22 points and Tari Eason with 19.

The win puts Golden State in an 8-9 record while Houston drops to 3-14.

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Clippers welcome back Kawhi Leonard with a win over Pistons

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Clippers welcome back Kawhi Leonard with a win over Pistons

Kawhi Leonard returned to action after missing 13 games for the Los Angeles Clippers who hosted the Detroit Pistons.

The home team took the W with a 96-91 result. Reggie Jackson led the scoring with 23 points while Paul George added 16.

Leonard meanwhile only tallied six points, five rebounds and four assists in 25 minutes of play but was +26 in efficiency, the highest in the game.

With the win, the Clippers moved up above .500 with an 8-7 record while the Pistons fell down to 3-12.

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Israel Adesanya eager for another match with Alex Pereria

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Israel Adesanya eager for another match with Alex Pereria

The MMA world was shocked after Israel Adesanya suffered his first UFC knockout at the hand of his old kickboxing rival Alex Pereira with the former’s UFC Middleweight belt on the line.

Days after the devastating defeat, the Last Stylebender made it clear that he would seek another fight with the Brazilian fighter who had beaten him twice.

“I hope he’s the champion. I’m just saying, hypothetically, if he isn’t, I’ll still fight him.I’m crazy, bro. I can beat him,” Adesanya said at The MMA Hour.

Adesanya is hungry for revenge that it doesn’t matter whether Pereira is still the champion because his return to the Octagon will be against the current UFC middleweight champ.

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