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Warriors star Steph Curry thinks Dwayne Wade’s game-winner was ‘cool to see’ despite Golden State losing

Steph Curry, Dwyane Wade

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry didn’t exactly know how to feel when Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade nailed the game-winner in Wednesday night’s game between the two teams.

Wade hit an insane 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Heat a 126-125 victory over the Warriors, which sent NBA fans into a frenzy.

Of course, it also had plenty of players around the league in awe of Wade’s efforts, including Curry and some of his teammates.

And while it would have been more ideal against another opponent, even Curry had to admit that it was quite a scene.

From ESPN’s Nick Friedell:

Steph on Wade: “I’d much rather see him jumping on the scorer’s table when we’re not on the court with him. But those are iconic moments that he’s had. Deep down it was cool to see even though we lost.”

Klay Thompson led the way for Golden State with 36 points while Kevin Durant added 29.

Curry finished with 24 points on 9-of-20 shooting from the floor, and he also tied a team-high with six rebounds.

Losing a game in that type of manner certainly wasn’t what the Warriors were looking for, but it’s hard to deny Wade’s skills at this point.

Next up for the Warriors is a showdown with the Orlando Magic on Thursday night.