Stephen Curry shouts out his contact lenses

Stephen Curry shouts out his contact lenses
Steph Curry made the type of history on Saturday that’s been abundantly clear he would make for years. With eight three-pointers in his team’s Game 1 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, the Golden State Warriors superstar passed Ray Allen for the most triples made by a player in postseason history — and did it an incredible 80 fewer games played.
While that feat is certainly impressive, it doesn’t hold a candle to the way Curry played in Game 1, scoring 38 points, grabbing 15 rebounds, and dishing out seven assists on just 16 shots. His most remarkable play in a performance full of them came in the third quarter, when the two-time MVP used a screen from Draymond Green near half court, took one dribble, and pulled up for a 30-footer between two Clippers defenders.
Curry, long on pace to break the league’s record for made three-pointers, recently discovered that his occasionally blurry vision, the result of a disease called Keratoconus, could be improved by wearing contact lenses. He first began wearing them in late March, immediately busting out of a shooting slump.
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