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Stephen Curry is in midseason form, dominating private basketball runs

If this is an indication of the season Steph Curry is going to have, the Warriors fans should be excited
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry

Steph Curry

It would appear that Stephen Curry is already in midseason form. The Golden State Warriors superstar was seen dominating private basketball runs hosted by renowned basketball trainer Rico Hines. In video footage of the recent runs, Curry can be seen making shots from all over the court and displaying his usual array of dazzling dribbling moves.

Chef Curry is already cooking

Lest you think Curry was doing this against a bunch of scrubs, it should be noted that the runs he participated in also featured several other NBA players. This included All-Rookie first team member Cade Cunningham, All-NBA and All-Star forward Paskal Siakam, and Rookie of the Year Scottie Barnes.

Curry’s Warriors teammate, Kevon Looney, as well as former Golden State and now Phoenix wingman Damion Lee were also in the game. In other words, some of the best basketball players in the Association were on hand to witness Curry's greatness firsthand.

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And it wasn't just Curry's scoring that was impressive. He also displayed his usual array of dazzling dribbling moves, making it look easy as he blew by defenders. At one point, he even faked Barnes out of shoes and froze Siakam at the three-point line before issuing a behind-the-back pass to Denver Nuggets star Michael Porter, Jr., who drained a fadeaway jumper along the baseline.

Lethal backcourt

It wasn't just Curry, though, who was draining long bombs from all over the floor. One of his teammates was none other than Atlanta Hawks superstar, Trae Young. The two formed quite the lethal backcourt, as they took turns making one incredible shot after another.

All in all, it was a very impressive showing from Curry. And it's clear that he is already in midseason form. With the Warriors set to begin their title defense on October 18 against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, that is very good news for Golden State fans. 

With Curry playing at this level, it's going to be tough for any team to beat Golden State. So, buckle up and enjoy the ride. It's going to be a fun season.

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