TORONTO (AP) — A year after Stephen Curry had a record 27 points in the final round of the 3-point contest to beat Golden State Warriors teammate Klay Thompson, the latter is coming in with confidence on All-Star Saturday.
On Sunday Kobe Bryant announced that the 2015-16 season would be his last. We figured, what better way to look back on his no-doubt first-ballot Hall of Fame career than by watching his 10 greatest plays (as compiled by the NBA).
The Golden State Warriors are tearing through the NBA like the other teams are a bunch of small fry squads, while the Philadelphia 76ers are limping through like they're one of those small fries other teams long to play.
Kobe Bryant -- 17-time NBA All-Star, five-time NBA champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist, 11-time all-NBA first teamer and a surefire Hall-of-Famer -- announced this season will be his last in a poem on The Players' Tribune.