Steph Curry makes playing basketball look easy, but the same cannot be said about his rapping.
The Warriors star grabbed the microphone at the Stephen Curry Charity Classic at TPC Harding Park on Monday, and freestyled ... well, something.
Here's Steph Curry freestyle rapping -- the term is used loosely -- at his charity golf tournament
(🎥 @GolfDigest) pic.twitter.com/NsFAl2oFAD— Marcus White (@marcuspwhite) September 18, 2019
"I don't know where this ball's going, and I'm sure not good at flowing," Curry rapped.
The former line is self-deprecation, considering Curry's handicap. The latter? That's spot-on.
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During his time at Davidson College, Curry and his friends rapped about a campus cafeteria in a parody set to the tune of Asher Roth's "I Love College." Much like Curry's magical NCAA tournament run foreshadowed his NBA success, his rapping on the decade-old video did the same for Monday's display.
As far as NBA point guards with Oakland ties go, the rapping should only be left to Damian Lillard.
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