Steph Curry can’t stay away from the game of basketball for too long.
Although he isn’t able to play with the Warriors for another couple of games due to a foot injury, the sharpshooter was spotted in the stands at Chase Center enjoying some March Madness college hoops.
Steph was absolutely loving the Arkansas-Gonzaga Sweet 16 battle that ended up turning into another upset among the madness.
The Razorbacks took down No. 1 Gonzaga and will head to the Elite Eight for the second year in a row.
And if there was one person who was more hyped with the upset than Steph, it was his teammate and Warriors young rookie Moses Moody, a proud Arkansas alum.
Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman met with Steph prior to the game and had nothing but great things to say about the greatest shooter of all time.
Immediately after, the madness continued with yet another nail-biter as Duke took on Texas Tech.
Steph was seen cheering on the Blue Devils when Duke took its first lead of the game. His brother, Seth Curry, played with Coach K at Duke where he wore the No. 30.
On Wednesday, Curry met with the Blue Devils at Chase Center and gave them some advice ahead of the big matchup.
And the Blue Devils appear to have taken that advice.
The game came down to the wire, but Coach K and his No. 2 Blue Devils held on and defeated No. 3 Texas Tech 78-73.
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Duke will continue dancing and move on to the Elite Eight.