Three Sports Plays That Has Everyone Talking

This week in sports, we have gotten to see some spectacular plays, and we are not talking about the Super Bowl that was just played, but rather a few plays in basketball that has everyone talking. Three professional players made fans make a double take of what exactly happened during their games on Wednesday. These three include Stephen Curry, Chris Bosh, and Kristaps Porzingis.

Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry

Most fans already know how great Curry is, whether it is his shooting, passing, or simply how he handles the ball; however, there is more to him than meets the eye. His defense work is greatly improving, as he is fourth in the NBA with 2.2 steals per game, and is actually leading in hockey assists at 2.4 per game; hockey assists are passes that lead to an assist on a basket. The Warriors beat the Rockets 123-110.

Miami Heat, Chris Bosh

Bosh is aging like a fine wine that can dunk like a champion. He has been playing like he did when he was with the Toronto Raptors, where he would move and score with great talent. He was looking like his younger self on Wednesday when they were playing the San Antonio Spurs. People started to notice his talent less when he was playing alongside LeBron James and Dwayne Wade, but now people are starting to notice him again. We got a preview of what to expect the rest of the season, despite their loss to the Spurs 119-101.

New York Knicks, Kristaps Porzingis

Kristaps is showing a high level of talent on the floor, one that you would expect from a veteran player. He is making some amazing low-post moves that would impress most, and it isn’t just spinning to get clear and score; although that’s how easy he makes it look. He waits for the defender to make a mistake, and does so by faking a pass to Carmelo Anthony, and once the defender leans just a small amount in that direction, he makes his move. Kristaps ends the game with 20 points, but wasn’t enough to beat the Wizards, ending the game at 111-108.

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