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On Monday night against the Pacers, Steph Curry scored 26 points. That number is nothing crazy considering he's averaging 29.3 points per game this season.
For a guy who routinely makes the spectacular look easy, it's becoming harder and harder to be surprised -- or in awe -- by anything he does.
But from time to time, even his head coach can't believe what he sees when it comes to the two-time MVP.
"We kind of do expect him to make everything," Steve Kerr told reporters after practice on Wednesday. "But the step-back the other night before half -- that was beyond 30 feet. I just turned to Mike (Brown) and said, 'You got to be kidding me.'
"It just looked so routine, like it was stepback 18 footer -- not a 34 footer. He's in a great groove and it's fun to watch."
Kerr, of course, is referring to this:
Oddly enough, NBA.com says the shot was a 26-footer, which is...
... simply inaccurate.
The 3-point line from that spot on the floor is 23 feet and nine inches -- and Curry is way more than two feet and three inches behind the line.
Somebody needs to send a letter to the league office to right this wrong. And somebody also needs to send a letter to the Pacers to let them know that it was very obvious Curry was going to pull up from deep.
Perhaps Jim Barnett already has...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller