Watch 7-foot-1 NBA Draft pick Chet Holmgren destroy Steph Curry with his OWN trick for the Golden State Warriors.

Before Stephen Curry’s professional career even started, NBA prospect Chet Holmgren defeated the legend.

The Oklahoma City Thunder selected the 20-year-old 7-foot-1 Gonzaga Bulldogs star in the second round on Thursday night in Brooklyn.


Back in 2019, he stunned Steph Curry at a SC30 training camp


Just 17 at the time, Ched gave Curry the slip showing stunning fast hands


The five-star recruit eased past the four-time NBA champion


He finished the ruthless play with an emphatic dunk


Holmgren, a Minneapolis native, was a five-star recruit and the 2022 WCC Defensive Player of the Year winner.

The 195-pound Bulldogs center was projected to go in the first five picks in mock drafts, with some ranking him as the overall first pick.

After the Orlando Magic selected Paolo Banchero as their top pick, he was chosen second by the Thunder.

And as evidenced by his high school achievements, he already possesses the star power to triumph on the biggest stage.

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Back in August 2019, the young person faced off against Curry, the four-time NBA champion and MVP of the 2022 NBA Finals.

The best players in the Bay Area had gathered for Curry’s SC30 Select Camp, where Holmgren was participating, to work on their skills.

But after the 7-foot star executed a disgusting behind-the-back move to leave Curry in the dust, he might have regretted inviting Holmgren.

Holmgren, who was only 17 at the time, used a trick to get past the Golden State star before emphatically dunking over the following defender.

The NBA player’s quick hands nearly put Curry on the ground, and to make matters worse, it was a move HE frequently uses to make NBA defenders look foolish.

Throughout his time in college, Holmgren showed himself to be both an offensive and defensive asset, playing more like a guard than a traditional center.

He had a 14.1 point, 9.9 rebound, and 3.7 block per game average as a rookie.

And Steph, the best shооter the league has ever seen, wоuld be astоnished by his 39 percent field gоal percentage.

After helping Gоlden State defeat Bоstоn Celtics tо win the champiоnship, Curry has been enjоying his NBA Finals MVP award this week.

Some mock drafts had Ched going as the No1 overall pick


Curry is a four-time NBA title winner and won this year's Finals MVP


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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