Stephen Curry explains how experience has helped him play at an elite level in NBA Finals

Stephen Curry has earned a lot of experience playing in the NBA Finals, as this is his sixth appearance in eight years.

The superstar guard explained how this experience has helped him prepare his body in order to be able to play at an elite level.

“You understand, I guess, the routine of it and the ebbs and flows of game days, off-days, media days, travel days, especially how to keep your body prepared on those long East-to-West Coast flights and all that. That helps with the experience.

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Every task is different, though, when you get out there. Even when we played Cleveland four times, every year was a different team that you had to prepare against. That’s just part of it.

I love every experience at this stage because so much attention on what we do. You understand the whole world is watching you when you’re out there on the court, and you’re obviously keeping in mind what you’re playing for and to be the last team standing.

So I love everything about it,” Stephen Curry told media, including Hedgeout.net, after Sunday’s practice.

The superstar guard of the Golden State Warriors has been unstoppable in the NBA Finals and is averaging 34,3 points after four games. He is the main reason why Golden State was able to re-claim the home-court advantage in Game 4.

Stephen Curry and the Warriors have their sights set on the next two crucial games of the series. Games 5 and 6 will take place on Monday and Thursday, respectively.

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