The Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry made an appearance in a media interaction. He addressed the questions that were raised on the topic of the functionality of the all-new in-season tournament of the league. In his interview, Curry addressed the question, labeling the format of the in-season tournaments as pretty straightforward for the NBA’s newest competition.
Stephen Curry was asked if some of the players on the team are still confused with the format of the new in-season tournaments. He dove into explaining in detail about the in-season tournaments. Curry addressed the reporters, saying that if they can take the time out to read all about the tournament, it’s really not tough to understand.
Stephen Curry made it crystal clear that the in-season tournaments will have matches that will be counted as a part of the ongoing NBA regular season, with an exception made to the final game. The in-season tournaments would have an additional game for the team that makes it to the end. The top two teams will compete against each other for two additional games as their final, and the winner will lift the championship trophy.
As Steph Curry mentioned in his explanation, this also gives the team a hefty monetary incentive, with the players and coaches of the winning team receiving $500,000 each. On the other hand, the runners-up are going to receive $200,000, and all the teams that made it to the playoffs will receive $100,000 each.
If you take the time to read the situation, it's pretty straightforward. I love the commentary around nobody knows what's going on. If you just take a second, take a deep breath, understand that there are six groups, and whoever has the best record out of the six groups and two wildcards go and play a bracket
Stephen Curry makes history in their match against the Cleveland Cavaliers
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry went up against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday evening. Curry’s matchup against Cleveland made history. He was one of the only 35 players in the league’s history who were successful in passing the 22,000-point mark in his NBA career so far. This made the fanbase of the Warriors and Curry’s well-wishers post their congratulations to celebrate his newest achievement.
Steph Curry, with this achievement, has passed former NBA star Clyde Drexler, who had scored 22,195 points in his NBA career. This is something that is beyond impressive. Whereas with the Warriors matchup against Cleveland, Steph Curry put up a show for his fans when he dropped 30 points, including 4.8 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and a steal. However, the Warriors couldn’t manage to get a victory.
The Golden State Warriors stand at 6-4, with their first ten games in the NBA regular season with six wins and four losses, making them place themselves in the fourth position in the Western Conference.
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