Turns out Steph Curry struggles with the rigged carnival basketball game just like the rest of us

Stephen Curry is the best shooter on the planet. He’s the best shooter of all-time. But there is a basketball environment out there that can even make Steph Curry look like a mere mortal.

It’s at California’s Great America Amusement Park in Santa Clara.

Coming off his fourth NBA title and first NBA Finals MVP, Curry spent the day at Great America and came across the three-point shooting challenge. Now, in an empty gym, Curry will hardly miss under normal circumstances. But anyone who has played those carnival basketball games knows that the hoops are often taller than the regulation 10 feet, smaller in circumference and looser. Basically, they rig the game against the shooter, and even Curry noticed that something was up with the rims — kind of like in Boston.

I mean, it was actually impressive that Curry managed to make five shots and all the money balls. But you could tell that the hoop was taller and looser than anything Curry would normally shoot on.

Still, there’s something super relatable about watching Curry throw up brick after brick in a carnival game. He’s just like the rest of us.

This was how Twitter reacted


Take it from Steph: Don’t fall for that scam.

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