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Stephen Curry Hilariously Reveals 3 Things That NBA Players Never Do: "We Never Travel, We Never Fouled Anybody, And We Never Want To Come Out Of The Game."

Stephen Curry Hilariously Reveals 3 Things That NBA Players Never Do: "We Never Travel, We Never Fouled Anybody, And We Never Want To Come Out Of The Game."

Stephen Curry is one of the most difficult players to stop in the NBA. An incredible combination of skill and accuracy has allowed him to become one of the best players in NBA history. But many fans feel like Curry gets away with a few illegal moves, but that's something he doesn't feel.

Curry has been accused of traveling on many occasions. Fans don't always like the fact that Curry gets away with certain calls. And so, they believe that he gets away with traveling during games. But Curry knows better and revealed that he and all other NBA players don't actually put a foot wrong.

During his recent appearance on GQ Sports' undercover series, Stephen Curry encountered a fan question Quora which asked why Stephen Curry never gets called for traveling. Curry hilariously responded by saying that NBA players never think they go wrong, revealing 3 things that NBA players never do (2:49 mark).

“There are probably like three things that NBA Players never do. We never travel, we never fouled anybody, and we never want to come out of the game. So you kind of have too abide by those if you want to play in the NBA.”

Curry clearly was having a laugh at the comment. But he is fairly accurate in his assessment, as most players often act like they are innocent regardless of the mistakes they make during the game. So even while trying to be funny, Curry was strangely on point when it came to his assessment of NBA players.

Curry is one of the most skillful players in the NBA. And his ball-handling skills are so mesmerizing, that some fans think that he is moving the ball illegally. But that isn't to say that Curry doesn't travel with the ball. But it is a rare occasion, and it happens much less than fans think it does.