Chris Paul Respond To Curry's 'This Ain't 2014' Trash Talk During Warriors vs. Suns Game

Photo: Instagram/Chris Paul 

Steph Curry and Chris Paul, both NBA superstars, have a long history of competition and camaraderie.

However, during the Warriors' recent victory over the Suns, Curry made a comment to Paul that invoked a memory from the past.

After making a layup and muscling through Paul, Curry shouted that it wasn't 2014 anymore, alluding to the Clippers' playoff victory over the Warriors nine years ago.

Photo: Instagram/Chris Paul 

Despite their history, Paul claimed he had no idea what Curry was referring to and didn't even hear the comment.

Paul stated that he didn't know what happened in 2014 and that everything was good between him and Curry.

In 2014, Paul was in his ninth NBA season and his third with the Clippers, averaging impressive statistics of 17.4 points, 9.0 assists, and 4.7 rebounds in a seven-game series against the Warriors.

Curry explained that his comments were simply a result of his competitive nature and the good-natured rivalry he shares with Paul.

Curry, now 35 years old and more muscular than in 2014, has an easier time driving to the basket.

When asked about his comment, Curry stated that he had a deep love for Paul and that their history has been full of back-and-forth competition.

Although Paul may need to revisit the Clippers' 2014 postseason to remember the victory, Curry certainly has not forgotten.

Curry's comment was simply a reminder of how long ago the victory was, and it did not appear to cause any tension between the two players.

Overall, the Warriors' victory was a display of the ongoing competition and respect between Curry and Paul.

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Source: NBC Sports 


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