Stephen Curry's magnificent return left Charles Barkley unable to form sentences
Stephen Curry, who won his second consecutive MVP award Tuesday and became the first player in history to receive 100 percent of the vote, returned from a knee injury to torch the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 4. Curry came off the bench and scored 40 points in 37 minutes, and was just two assists and one rebound away from recording a triple-double.
Curry's performance stunned Blazers owner Paul Allen (who became a meme) and players around were gushing about Curry on Twitter. TNT's Charles Barkley was so blown away that he couldn't find the words to describe Curry's greatness.
"That what I. That. That was a. That. That was on--" - a man who just saw Steph Curry drop 17 in OT pic.twitter.com/GFE8wjwgqd— Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) May 10, 2016