Stephen Curry is easily one of the most popular basketball players in the world. Curry is the one of the reasons why the NBA has urgently shifted to the emphasis of the 3-pointer. He has also single-handedly changed how defenses work, especially when he is on the court.
Curry is a two-time NBA champion, two-time MVP, and is the first unanimous MVP selection in the history of the league. Curry is noted to be the greatest 3-point shooter of all time.
The Warriors point guard is one of the richest players in the NBA, makes millions from his Under Armour shoe deal and other endorsements, and he is happily married with two kids and one on the way.
Amazingly, the list of accomplishments goes on for the baby-faced assassin. On Wednesday, Curry turned 30 years old and had a big birthday party to celebrate.
As it turned out, Curry’s close friend and Splash brother, Klay Thompson, was present at the party and showed off his unique dance moves. Apparently, Curry witnessed the dance machine in action and had plenty to say about it.
Steph Curry on his surprise 30th birthday, Klay's dancing: "We've seen that before" pic.twitter.com/RlTf5Uopd0
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 14, 2018
Curry is referring to Thompson’s bizarre dance routine when he traveled to China after the Warriors claimed their fifth franchise title. Thompson’s weird dance moves, and other incidents in China, allowed people to give him the moniker, China Klay.
In all seriousness, both Curry and Thompson are currently out of the Warriors lineup. Curry is recovering from an ankle injury, and Thompson is suffering from a fractured right thumb. With the way the two partied on Tuesday night, it’s hard to tell if both players are really injured.