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Draymond Green Calls Stephen Curry's No-Look Three As The Most Disrespectful Move In Sports History

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Stephen Curry is a sensational player, and there are many reasons for it. He has contributed heavily to the Golden State Warriors' four NBA Championship runs in the last eight seasons.

Apart from that, Curry's impact on the league with his insane three-point shooting cannot be understated. He has simply changed the way that basketball is played in the modern era.

Speaking of his ability to shoot the ball from deep, he has such mastery over the skill that, at times, he makes it look easy. While in reality, we are aware of the fact that it is far from that.

One such example of his confidence while shooting the ball from deep is when he attempts no-look three-pointers. And he doesn't stop at just attempting them. Instead, he knocks them down as well. If you are the opposing team, there is arguably nothing more disrespectful than that.


Draymond Green With High Praise For Stephen Curry's No-Look Three

Green has spent his entire career in the league playing alongside Chef Curry. So it's obvious that he shares a special bond with him and is never shy when praising him. Green did that once again through his recent Instagram story, where he labeled Steph's no-look three as the most disrespectful move in sports history.

Draymond Green Calls Stephen Curry's No-Look Three As The Most Disrespectful Move In Sports History

"The most disrespectful move in sports history. Done so gracefully."

Green shared this on his story by adding a video of a compilation of Curry's best no-look three-pointers.

This is another example of the love that Green and Curry share for each other. The two superstars have played so many seasons together and most recently won the 2022 NBA Championship. Following that success, the duo will be hoping to win a few more rings with the Warriors before finally retiring from the league.