Tuesday, November 30 2021

Steph cooks rookie Kuminga during Warriors camp practice originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga has said it’s crazy to be teammates with Steph Curry, who he uses in NBA2K all the time.

As crazy as it is for Kuminga to be a teammate of the two-time MVP, it probably is even crazier for the 18-year-old to try to defend Curry. A clip emerged Saturday of Kuminga and Curry playing one-on-one at training camp, and class was in session for the rookie.

Welcome to the NBA, rook. 

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Of course, almost everyone in the NBA struggles to defend Curry.

The Warriors have high expectations for what Kuminga can become on both ends of the floor, and getting to go against one of the greatest scorers in NBA history in practice should only help the rookie grow as a defender early in his career.

Iron sharpens iron.

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