Grizzlies dance team celebrates blowout, dances in Curry’s face

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Stephen Curry of the Golden Point out Warriors reacts towards the Memphis Grizzlies in the course of the third quarter in Activity 5 of the 2022 NBA Playoffs Western Meeting Semifinals on Could 11.

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Just after Steph Curry resolved to reference the Grizzlies’ rally track through some pregame trash talk, Memphis followers have been a lot more than joyful to toss it appropriate back in his experience in the fourth quarter of the team’s 134-95 blowout gain over the Golden Condition Warriors on Wednesday.

Curry informed ESPN that the gameplan for Video game 5 towards the Grizzlies was “whoop that trick,” referencing the song that performs to hoopla up the Memphis group throughout home video games. With the Grizzlies up 40 points in the fourth quarter, the tune arrived on in the arena and, by natural means, absolutely everyone acquired tremendous energized to sing and dance alongside. So a great deal so that even Draymond Green got in on the pleasurable.

The guy who truly loved chanting “whoop that trick” was the leader of the team’s dance crew who, with a microphone in his hand, approached Curry — extended removed from the match at this position — to cheer in entrance of him.

Curry and Green seemed to get it in superior exciting, with the Warriors forward jokingly dancing alongside and waving his towel close to. Perhaps someone could argue that the guy with the microphone was a little bit overeager, but it is difficult to imagine a person getting that kind of task though owning a knack for retaining their composure throughout fascinating sporting activities times.

This was generally the potential issue with Curry’s pregame remarks: Sure, he did not expect to see his group very virtually on the acquiring conclusion of an all-time playoff blowout, but when you poke the bear (no pun meant), lousy factors can take place.

At least Curry and the Dubs will get their subsequent chance to shut out the series on Friday at 7 p.m. at home. Maybe then, Curry’s pregame words will not arrive again to haunt the group.