Last Updated:

Chris Paul Says Steph Curry 'got Him' In 2015 Crossover During His Instagram Live

During Chris Paul's recent Instagram Live with Warriors star Steph Curry, the OKC Thunder star revealed that Curry 'got him' in the 2015 crossover.

Chris Paul

After the NBA 2019-20 season was suspended on March 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic, many NBA stars have taken to social media to keep their fans entertained. Recently, Oklahoma City Thunder's Chris Paul and Golden State Warriors' Steph Curry got together for an Instagram Live, where they answered a number of fan questions. During the session, Chris Paul answered a fan's question about the famous Steph Curry-Chris Paul crossover in 2015, when the two-time NBA MVP sent Paul to the ground and then proceeded to score a basket.

Also read | Steph Curry’s wife had to buy him a hoop online so he could practice at home

Steph Curry Chris Paul crossover: Watch the 2015 Steph Curry ankle breaker on Chris Paul 


Also read | Trae Young jokes about surpassing Steph Curry as NBA's best shooter in just a year

Steph Curry Chris Paul crossover: Chris Paul talks about the 2015 Steph Curry ankle breaker on Chris Paul

Also read | Dwyane Wade funnily sums up reason behind Chris Paul not joining Miami Heat ever

Chris Paul Instagram Live: Chris Paul discusses the Steph Curry Chris Paul crossover from 2015

When Paul saw the 2015 moment being mentioned, he stated that Curry 'got him' back then. Curry then added that the funny thing about the situation was how many times all of the players have been dropped in their careers. Paul has dropped the Warriors star at least twice, while Curry got Paul 'that one time in LA'. He even mentioned Brandon Jenning getting him during his rookie season.

According to Curry, no one can ever really 'live it down'. Paul and Curry concluded the talk after stating that if one plays defence long enough, they are bound to be dropped. Curry even joked about his defence, saying that he does not play defensively half the time. 

Since the NBA season is suspended indefinitely, both Chris Paul and Steph Curry have taken to social media and spoken about the pandemic. Both of them have also donated for the coronavirus relief fund in the US. Curry, along with his wife Ayesha, has also teamed up with organizations to help feed thousands of children in California who are not attending school due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Also read | Chris Paul talks about almost teaming up with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade at Miami Heat

First Published:
By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water