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Steph Curry Reveals The Biggest Regret Of His Basketball Career

(via Sportsnaut)

(via Sportsnaut)

In hindsight, not many people have been as successful at their job as 2x MVP, 3x Champion, and 6x All-Star Steph Curry. He literally changed the game of basketball and has become the face of the NBA since his magical run started in 2014.

It's hard to imagine he would have any regrets about how things turned out, but even he would go back and change something if he had the chance.

According to Curry, in an article by The New York Times, the only regret he does have is his behind-the-back pass in the 2016 NBA Finals.

“The only regret I do have is the behind-the-back pass I threw in 2016 in Game 7,” he said, referring to a crucial turnover with just about five minutes left in the game, which the Warriors lost. “That’s literally the only regret I have in terms of how I’ve played, and that comes with wins and losses, right? I’m cool.”

Steph was pretty awful down the stretch of that game, but that behind-the-back toss to Klay was especially bad. Why would he be so careless with a Championship on the line? It is an obvious blemish on what is otherwise a stellar career for Curry. Clearly, a decision he regrets.

Since then, however, the 31-year-old star has been on a tear trying to make up for it. Having come off this most recent season with his second-highest point average ever, he is solidifying his legacy as an all-time great. He will look to continue this performance as he enters his 11th NBA season.