“Go to your Mama and sleep” Sabrina Ionescu turns into prime Stephen Curry to hit game-ending logo 3-pointer vs Dream.

New York Liberty star Sabrina Ionescu hits the "night night" celebration of Stephen Curry after draining her three pointer from the logo in the last minutes of the game against Atlanta Dream.

Sabrina Ionescu, Stephen Curry
Sabrina Ionescu, Stephen Curry

Youngster Sabrina Ionescu shot a long three-pointer  in the fourth quarter of a WNBA game between the New York Liberty and the Atlanta Dream and celebrated with Stephen Curry‘s iconic “night night” celebration. The WNBA is dominated by Sabrina Ionescu as the league has been fueled by the young Oregon shooter’s explosive outside scoring. Ionescu is compared to Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors according to some fans because of her playing style. Curry and Ionescu have become close over the years, and Ionescu refers to Curry as a big brother.

She had a near triple-double after the game came to a close on Friday night. Ionescu’s celebrations and parts of her playing are both influenced by Curry. During the recent postseason run, Curry’s “night night” celebration received widespread attention. After a dagger, when Curry attempts to end the game, the celebration is customarily carried out. It followed the NBA playoffs and is now making an appearance in the WNBA.

Will Sabrina Ionescu become a future Hall of Famer?

Sabrina Ionescu is renowned for having a special talent for scoring, providing assists, and grabbing rebounds at faster pace. In her first full season in the WNBA last year, she averaged 11.7 points per game, which wasn’t very impressive, 5.7 rebounds (20th in the league and second among guards), 6.1 assists (third in the league). That’s approximately what we would anticipate from legendary point guards like Sue Bird and Courtney Vandersloot , but we are aware of Ionescu’s even greater potential as a scorer. Of course, she is the first NCAAW Division I player in history to have 2,000 points, 1,000 assists, and 1,000 rebounds in a same season.

When the third-year guard reached in May 2021, she broke the record for the youngest player to ever have a triple-double. She is currently the youngest player to record multiple triple-doubles in league history and the fourth overall. The 13th triple-double game in WNBA history was recorded by Ionescu, while the number keeps rising in today’s quick-paced, higher-scoring attacks. When she scored her 13th triple-double as a junior at Oregon in 2018, she broke the NCAA record for both men and women. At the conclusion of her collegiate career, she established the record at 26.

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Stephen Curry is without a doubt one of the league’s most modest superstars. The GSW leader doesn’t brag or trash talk much, while being aware of his greatness. Chef Curry was, to put it mildly, quite energetic and excited during this 2022 postseason. Steph had many celebrations during the series, including his usual shimmying and the “ring me” celebration in Game 6 of the finals. The “night night” celebration was one celebration that Steph suddenly came up with and stuck with throughout the playoffs.

Curry and Ionescu have been close friends for a very long time. Over time, the younger WNBA player looked up to the Warriors superstar as a mentor of all kinds. Fans of New York and Ionescu are hopeful that she can repeat her celebration in the WNBA Finals. The Warriors’ postseason journey to the top of the NBA was made possible by Stephen Curry and after all, Ionescu’s WNBA playoff run to win her first championship would be incredible if it went the same way.

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