Published: Tue, December 18, 2018
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

All-Stars carry Warriors over Kings, 130-125

All-Stars carry Warriors over Kings, 130-125

The Sacramento Kings didn't miss the opportunity to troll Curry Friday, playing a moon landing clip when Curry's name was announced before Friday's game.

During Friday's matchup between the stacked Golden State Warriors and the surprisingly good Sacramento Kings, the Kings played a video of the moon landing during the Warriors' player introductions.

"It's going to be hard to face the warriors but the youth that we have, the depth that we have on the bench eager to get on the floor, I think we're going to be alright tonight", said Lofton. Steph, of course, received flak for his controversial opinion that the moon landing was fake. They also played "Zoom, Zoom, Zoom, We're Going to the Moon", by The Kiboomers through the speakers.

But that wasn't all.

"We are so confident in our team, we have a lot of teamwork we have chemistry, we have that hometown court advantage", said Kings fan, Alison James". Warriors players, including Curry, got a chuckle out of the trolling, as several looked up from the bench and laughed. "That was solid, that was solid".

Curry found himself the target of ridicule after his appearance on The Ringer's "Winging It" podcast where he shot the breeze with teammate Andre Iguodala and Atlanta Hawks stars Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore. "I do not want to in any way, shape or form demean the significant accomplishments that you, and the people you work with on a daily basis, make a reality". "So that's why I recognize and I think this is so important to have a conversation like this because it highlights science, like you said, and science is so, so important to our kids, to our country, to our economy".

Curry's comments swept the nation and, much to his surprise, soon became a huge story.

With a total of five All-Star players on the roster, the Warriors realistically have five different players they can give the ball to in the clutch.

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