With the Golden State Warriors in town, several Washington Capitals players got the chance to meet NBA superstar Steph Curry at Capital One Arena.
Sunday, Caps forwards Tom Wilson and Brendan Leipsic snapped photos with the sharpshooter presumably while the Warriors held practice at Capital One Arena.
Monday, Jakub Vrana sat in the lower bowl to attend the Wizards-Warriors game. The Wiz lost 125-117.
— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) February 4, 2020
Curry sat out due to a fractured left hand that he suffered on October 30 against the Phoenix Suns. Golden State is 12-39 and having their worst season in at least eight years. The Warriors have gone to the NBA Finals five straight seasons and have won three NBA championships during that time.
Four years ago today, Curry torched the Wizards for 51 points to improve the team’s record that year to 45-4.
Headline photo: @tomwilson
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