Steph Curry Got Trash Talked While Playing Golf With Obama

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Jessica Renae Buxbaum
Golden State Warriors player Steph Curry went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday night and discussed a rather competitive round of golf with President Obama.

Golden State Warriors player Steph Curry went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday night and discussed a rather competitive round of golf with President Obama.

What was expected to be a rather friendly round of golf with the president and professional basketball player Ray Allen turned out to be quite stressful as Curry accused Obama of trash talking and putting the pressure on during the game.

“Basically it would be a 4-foot putt and when you’re playing friendly games and it’s not playing for money or anything, usually it’s a gimme,” Curry said. “He’d be crickets, just silent, looking at you like ‘alright you’re going to mark your putt? Alright you’re going to make that? Put the pressure on you, that type of deal. Talk about you’re shaking and all that kind of stuff.”

Curry admitted to being the reason why him and his father, Dell Currey, lost, saying he triple-bogeyed the last hole.

Curry, of course, even brought his adorable daughter, Riley Curry, to the show whose cuteness stole the spotlight once again. 

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