If you are what you eat, it’s possible Golden State Warriors point guard Steph “Seriously How Is He So Accurate” Curry dines on trophies, accolades and just a touch of wizard magic. Before becoming the first-ever unanimously-voted MVP in league history last night, Steph Curry showed why he deserved the title with an out-of-this-world performance on May 9, in a Game 4 win over Portland in which he returned from injury to score 40 points (including a record-setting 17 in overtime).
So what does he eat to fuel his hall-of-fame-caliber play? We ran the numbers and checked the posts of cookbook author Ayesha Curry, who also happens to be Steph's wife, for a few of the most likely explanations.
Could it be pasta carbonara eaten out of a giant Parmesan wheel? Please, oh please let this be the answer. Please. We need this:
Or is it black pepper beef and broccoli, curry fried rice, honey shrimp, chicken lettuce wraps? There’s no scientific evidence these improve a jump shot, but there’s probably no harm in recreating and inhaling all of them either way:
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Could it be the tostadas? Chicken offers plenty of protein, sour cream covers calcium, and we’ve long suspected flowering chive of increasing one’s ability to drain 3-pointers for days:
Something tells us that although these porterhouse steaks with shallot and garlic are mouth-watering, they might be a bit heavy pre-history-making athletic performance:Was it these spicy shrimp lettuce rolls? Simple, satisfying, strong. The pick-and-roll of appetizers. Or perhaps, as in life, the simplest answer is often the most accurate: Steph’s pregame smoothie. “Packed with goodness like kale, spinach, mango and berries,” this has to be the answer. Done. Cracked. Solved. Now we can all be basketball legends.
Right after lunch.
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