In just his first game back from rehabbing a 4 month hand injury, Steph Curry made new friends on the revamped Golden State Warriors team.
On this play, Steph was in old form, running around off-ball screens to get open. Just like old days, Curry was immediately double-teamed by Raptors wings Norman Powell and OG Anunoby. A pump fake gave Curry enough space to dribble out but both Toronto players were closing out. In a quick instant, Steph darted a behind-the-back dime to Andrew Wiggins under the rim. The former Timberwolves guard was so surprised along with the defense, that he had to collect himself before laying the ball in. In typical fun fashion, Steph just laughed and stared at his hand afterwards, with the Chase Center crowd oohing at the assist.
Steph finally got to rock his Under Armour Curry 7s for this game. The shoe boasts three key technologies; UA HOVR cushioning, Micro G cushioning, as well as a flexible support plate. HOVR absorbs and returns impact so players like Steph can stay fresh all game long. Micro G is a classic Under Armour foam that provides firm responsiveness for a quicker change of direction. The support plate separates the bottom layer Micro G and top layer HOVR to provide stability under the foot.