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SportCurry mum on reason for changing shoes during playoff game

07:20  14 april  2019
07:20  14 april  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Steph Curry was tight-lipped after Saturday’s playoff win regarding why he changed one of his shoes during the game.

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Curry started Game 1 of the Golden State Warriors’ playoff series against the Los Angeles Clippers wearing bright yellow shows. At some point late in the game he changed shoes and was wearing a mismatched pair. His left shoe remained yellow, but his right shoe was all black.

Curry was asked about the shoe change following the game by ABC’s Lisa Salters, but offered very little in response.

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“I’m going to keep that to myself,” he said. “It looks good though.”

Let the speculation begin. Curry sprained his right ankle prior to the end of the regular season, and that’s the shoe he changed.

His ankle still giving him trouble will likely be a popular theory. Since it was brought up postgame, we can probably expect there to be further digging and details released in the coming days.

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Curry mum on reason for changing shoes during playoff game

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