The results were pretty much what you would expect.
There were four-point plays:
Now, Steph Curry showing out at SF Pro-Am http://t.co/GDiUf1zL8m— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) July 3, 2014
There were nasty, behind-the-back crossovers:
There were corner threes—hey, even in an exhibition, Curry isn't one to forget about efficiency:
At one point, he even slowed down time:
When it was all said and done, the Golden State Warriors sharpshooter finished with a pedestrian 43 points. The Bay Area News Group's Marcus Thompson added a few frightening details about the fans' growing obsession with the young star:
After a slow start, Curry checks out for good with 43 points. Fans are plotting on stealing his sweaty towel— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) July 3, 2014
Steph Curry had to be escorted away - or his own safety. He was mobbed while trying to take a photo with the team. Followed him to his car— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) July 3, 2014
In case you were wondering about all those poor saps chasing after Curry, the league's website explained the typical makeup of these kind of games:
From the seasoned pro and college veterans looking to enhance their skills, to the promising young athletes seeking to catch the eye of one of the many fans and scouts in the stands, the San Francisco Bay Area Pro-Am Summer Basketball League provides an excellent opportunity for male and female players, coaches, officials and attendees to mix and have fun in a quality event during the Summer months.
Both leagues are represented with current and past college, high school and recreation players along with current and past national or international pros. There are no league tryouts, as each team has an open roster policy for new additions at anytime during the season, if that coach wishes to add players.
Despite the lack of competition, it's never a bad thing when we get to see Curry put his captivating skill set and gorgeous jumper on display.