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Stephen Curry ruins Chris Paul with behind-the-back dribble

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Warriors Run Winning Streak to 10

The Golden State Warriors took on the Los Angeles Clippers Tuesday night, which meant we all won because we got to see two of the best point guards in the game go at it in Stephen Curry and Chris Paul. When these two magicians get together, it's almost always evenly-matched.

Almost always.

Tuesday night, if only for one night, Curry proved that he may in fact be the dominant one of the two, because he did something that no one could have even imagined another person could do to CP3...he made him look like a straight up grade schooler.

Watch in the video below as Curry just embarrasses Paul with a behind-the-back dribble that nearly pulls the Clippers guard right out of his shoes.


There is no way on this earth that Paul will ever live that moment down, no matter what he does in his NBA career. It won't be a defining moment when all is said and done, but it will never leave peoples' minds.

As for Curry, well, we just keep learning that he might not be human after all.

(h/t GIFDSports)

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