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Amazing Video Shows How Stephen Curry And Jordan Poole Support Each Other: "Rooting For Your Friends To Succeed"

Amazing Video Shows How Stephen Curry And Jordan Poole Support Each Other: "Rooting For Your Friends To Succeed"

Stephen Curry may currently be carrying the Golden State Warriors all by himself, but he does have a stellar supporting cast that has been hugely important throughout the playoffs, as well as including key moments in the NBA Finals. One of these moments was in Game 2 when Jordan Poole sunk in an amazing buzzer-beater to finish the 3rd quarter and effectively give the Warriors the win. 

There was an iconic video of the aftermath of Poole making that shot, with Steph Curry in the background looking incredibly happy for his young teammate. Well, Curry hit almost all the important shots as he carried the Warriors to a Game 4 win in Boston. And while Poole may not have been able to contribute too much on the floor, fans noticed that he was on hand to return the favor by looking absolutely stoked for Curry after he made one of those massive shots. 

"Rooting for your friends to succeed >>>>>"

"Steph and JP are each other’s greatest hype men."

"Klay in shambles."

"Klay goin thru it seeing these typa posts."

"Rooting for the team to succeed."

"Steph is one of the best basketball players in terms of his manner his attitude and his personality."

"Celtics fans quiet af now."

"Steph lookin at him like a proud dad."

"Steph seem like the best teammate."

"Poole fits in so well for the Warriors."

"I love this team, they need to win the championship."

"Steph and Poole is an amazing bromance."

"Poole needs to turn up some more, Steph carrying rn."

"This right here is what makes the Dubs championship material."

Poole has a lot he can learn from Curry, who is on his way to strengthening his case to be considered one of the Top 10 players in NBA history. Curry will win a Finals MVP if the Warriors can finish off the Celtics, and if JP wants to cement his place as 'Kid Splash' on the Warriors, then a couple more big scoring games are required from the youngster.