Tuesday January 12th, 2016

Each day, the legend of Stephen Curry grows larger.

His influence on the game, and its fans, has been immeasurable. Kids want to be like Steph. Just ask Mark Jackson. Or, ask fifth grader Noah Cutler.

After much practice, this 11-year-old can perfectly replicate Curry’s incredibly difficult dribble moves.

 

Lord knows I work hard at this game. Copying @stephencurry30 moves from his most recent video that went viral. I'm 11 and I work on my craft everyday. If you can share this and tag @stephencurry30 and @cbssports #ballislife #basketball #bball #striveforgreatness #aip #ballup #instaball #basketballneverstops #ysn #handlelife #nodaysoff #handles #aaubasketball #hoopmixtape #instaballer #stephcurry #nikebasketball #youthbasketball #super_athletes #curry #gothandles #ballonastring #handlelife #warriors #ballin #shiftteam #thankGod #pointguard #sctop10 #Filthiestcrossovers

A video posted by Noah (baby birdman) Cutler (@babybirdman3) on

Incredible. Here’s young Noah imitating Curry’s signature two-basketball warmup:

 

Check it out. Please tag @stephencurry30 and @espn doing them Curry moves. #ballislife #basketball #bball #striveforgreatness #aip #ballup #instaball #basketballneverstops #ysn #handlelife #nodaysoff #handles #aaubasketball #hoopmixtape #instaballer #ballsohard #nikebasketball #youthbasketball #super_athletes #jumpshot #gothandles #ballonastring #handlelife #2ktv #ballin #shiftteam #thankGod #pointguard #sctop10 #Filthiestcrossovers

A video posted by Noah (baby birdman) Cutler (@babybirdman3) on

Only three or four more years until colleges are calling this kid up. Seriously. He’s seen as a basketball prodigy.

[h/t Eye on Basketball]

- Kenny Ducey

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