KD Hilariously Trolls Steph Curry Over Sabrina Three-Point Contest

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Kevin Durant has hilariously trolled his old Warriors teammate Steph Curry over who he thinks will win the three-point contest between Curry and Sabrina Ionescu.

Steph and Sabrina will face off in an epic three -point contest at NBA All-Star Weekend and everyone is making their predictions on who will win.

Suns star Durant was asked who he thinks will take all the glory and he backed the league’s greatest three-point shooter ever.

“I’m going Steph,” Durant told reporters. “Sorry Sabrina, you can shoot, but not against the greatest.”

Curry was speaking to reporters about the contest as well, and was told that KD made a prediction, and Steph thought KD would bet against him.

“Knowing him, he’s an instigator,” Curry told Leigh Ellis, who shared a video of the conversation with Steph on X. “I’m sure he picked her.”

Being the internet troll that he is, Durant saw the video and couldn’t help but troll Steph for his take.

“I can’t believe u would call me an instigator, Stephen,” Durant replied to the video. “I’m taking Sabrina”.

The NBA world is super excited to see what will happen between Steph and Sabrina during the never-before-seen contest.

The “Stephen vs. Sabrina” shootout will follow the 3-Point Contest rules, though Curry will shoot NBA balls from the NBA three-point line and Ionescu will shoot WNBA balls from the WNBA three-point line.

The contest will be raising money for Curry’s Eat.Learn.Play nonprofit and Ionescu’s SI20 Foundation will also be getting donations from the NBA and WNBA.

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A regular 3-pointer will be worth $1,000, the money ball is valued at $2,000 and the “STARRY Range Ball” will be valued at $3,000 and go to worthy causes.

The contest will start after the NBA 3-Point Contest and before the Slam Dunk contest on Saturday Night at All-Star weekend in Indiana, which will begin on Friday February 16.

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