Steph Curry's Epic Trash Talk To Chris Paul Goes Viral During Warriors vs. Suns Game

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

Steph Curry and Chris Paul have engaged in numerous battles over the years, with Curry emerging victorious in most of them.

Having faced off three times in the playoffs, Curry has knocked Paul out of the running twice, with Paul only managing to win once with the LA Clippers in 2014.

During the Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns game on Monday night, Curry engaged in some remarkable trash talk aimed at Paul, reminding him that it is no longer 2014.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

The Clippers and Warriors played an intense seven-game series in 2014, with the Clippers emerging victorious in Game 7.

That series remains the last time Golden State lost in the playoffs before the NBA Finals, with the team going on to win four of the next eight titles.

Despite all of this success, Chris Paul has remained without a championship since that 2014 playoff series.

Since the 2014 playoffs, Steph Curry has won 14 of his 22 regular-season matchups against Chris Paul, as well as both playoff series that the two have played against each other.

Curry's trash talk on Monday night was perfectly timed, as he scored against Paul and reminded the seasoned point guard that it is no longer 2014.

While Curry won the individual matchup against Paul, the Warriors also emerged victorious as a team, securing another home victory and moving into a tie for fifth place with the Clippers.

The team will head to LA for a critical game against them on Wednesday.

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Source: Sports Illustrated 


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