The “Night Night” celebration was invented by Steph Curry during the Golden State Warriors’ championship run in 2017. The four-time NBA champion stated that it resulted from the exhilaration of being back in the playoffs in an interview with Boardroom’s Nick DePaula. In the first round, the Warriors faced the Denver Nuggets after missing the playoffs in 2020 and 2021.
Steph Curry’s Night Night Celebration
Curry used the celebration for the first time against the Nuggets in Game 3. With just a few seconds left, he made a layup to give the Warriors a five-point advantage. He claimed to DePaula that he had just been speaking to himself when he made the decision to put the Nuggets to sleep.
Curry repeated the celebration against the Nuggets in Game 5. Which team is his favourite, even if he also did it against the Boston Celtics, Dallas Mavericks, and Memphis Grizzlies? the game in which he defeated the Celtics in Boston to win his fourth championship and first MVP award of the NBA Finals.
Steph Curry: Upcoming Season
In the upcoming season, Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors will attempt to retain their title. In free agency, the Warriors lost a number of important players, including Gary Payton II and Otto Porter Jr. Donte DiVincenzo and JaMychal Green, respectively, were put in their place.
The Upcoming Extensions
The upcoming extensions of Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Jordan Poole, and Andrew Wiggins will be another issue for the Warriors in the upcoming season. Thompson has two years remaining on his contract, while Green has a player option for the 2023–24 season.
If he doesn’t sign an extension this season, Poole will be a restricted free agency. Wiggins, whose contract has one year left, will be an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2019. To keep all four players, Warriors owner Joe Lacob could have to shell out a lot of cash. A core member of their “Big 3” or a young player who could be important to their future is also at risk of being lost.
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