Columnist inquires as to whether he feels vulnerable when attempting to guard Curry.
At the point when Stephen Curry gets cooking as he did amid Golden State’s Game 2 triumph las night, there are couple of players in the NBA that can upset his mood. What’s more, while restricting bigs are looked with the tragic undertaking of exchanging on the 2x MVP when he’s in full Chef Curry mode, you can’t resist the urge to feel for the poor protectors who are separated from everyone else on that island.
Cleveland Cavaliers focus Tristan Thompson has wound up in that very circumstance different circumstances amid the NBA Finals, however he wasn’t at all in the inclination to discuss it after the 122-103 misfortune. Amid the post-amusement, Thompson was asked, “When Curry goes on a move that way, do you feel a feeling of vulnerability out there when you can’t protect him?”
“No, fuck,” Thompson reacted. “No. We completed a great job — I mean, I’m changing out on him, I’m guarding him, so I’m never defenseless with no person in the NBA.”
“Messed up. Next inquiry,” He included before leaving the media scrum.
Curry completed with an amusement high 33 focuses, including a NBA Finals record nine three-pointers, notwithstanding eight helps and seven bounce back. On the off chance that Tristan Thompson and co. need to maintain a strategic distance from likewise worded “messed up” inquiries later on, they’ll have to think of an alternate procedure with regards to shielding Curry in Games 3 and 4. Obviously, that is substantially less demanding said than done.
Look at Thompson’s response to the columnist’s post-diversion question beneath.