‘Sport Science’ breaks down Steph Curry’s game-winning shot

Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry had the game of his life on Saturday when he hit 12 three-point shots against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The twelfth shot ended up being his most important for two big reasons: it tied Kobe Bryant’s record for most in a game and was the game winner in overtime against their Western Conference foes.

The game-winning shot came with less than a second on the clock, giving the Warriors a 121-118 victory. ESPN’s “Sports Science” broke down the shot and it showed just how accurate Curry had to be on his extra long-range shot.

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“Sport Science” is not always dead on with some of their analysis, but this is a pretty interesting segment. You have to believe that Curry is going to go down as one of the greatest shooters of all time.

After watching this segment, it is hard to think that Curry doesn’t do some science during the games.

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