Stephen Curry

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 18: Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors points to his teammates during their game against the New York Knicks in the second half at Chase Center on March 18, 2024 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Stephen Curry is one of the biggest stars in the NBA today. The 36-year-old Point Guard has been a lifelong leader for the Golden State Warriors and continues to lead them in his 15th season for the team.

Curry’s aggressive gameplay and ability to shoot from anywhere is so intimidating to the opponents, that even LeBron James recently called him ‘every team’s nightmare’.

Recently, the 10-time NBA All-Star talked about one particular part of the game that he has seen change over time and now has become a crucial part of his game.

Stephen Curry reveals internet forced him to enhance his ‘tunnel walk’

Stephen Curry recently talked about how the tunnel walk was never really a thing over the course of the league’s history, but it’s significance has increased tremendously in recent years due to social media. Curry added that in recent years, it has also turned into an opportunity to support Black designers.

Talking about his tunnel walk before the game, Curry said “It’s not just the two hours that we’re on the court that people see us. It’s the four hours before the game when you get out of the car or off the bus, you’re walking into the arena, and there are cameras everywhere.”


He added “It’s that moment of ‘he’s arriving for work, he’s ready for business’ and what you have on is just demonstrating the energy and the type of time you’re on.”

Steph Curry’s incredible tunnel pregame full-court shot

Stephen Curry not just entertains the fans during the game with his excellent performances, but also entertains them before the actual game starts with his magnificent passing tricks and unbelievable shots.

Recently a clip of Stephen Curry hitting a shot from the tunnel went viral as he was practicing his amazing throws, that he usually converts into three pointers.


From his trash talks to his tunnel walks, Stephen Curry has always talked the talk and walked the walk, as he is one of the most accomplished players in the league’s history. He averages 27.0 points and 4.4 rebounds per game this season and is on the verge of taking the Warriors into the playoffs one more time. It will be interesting to see if the 4-time NBA Champion can get the Warriors yet another championship title.

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