You learn something new every day -- that's the beauty of life. For instance, did you know it takes about a week to make a jelly bean?
Or, more importantly, that Dell Curry, Stephen Curry's dad, has the most points off the bench in NBA history? It's true.
And Steph himself is even impressed by that -- a fact the Warriors star just recently found out:
L.A. Clippers guard Lou Williams had his second 40-point game of the season Friday in a 118-110 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. This set the NBA record for most career 30-point games off the bench and gave him the second-most all-time bench points overall.
Not bad. Not bad at all.
And if you can get Steph's attention, you're doing something right.
So, yes, that's dope. That’s very dope.
The Warriors already are making draft-day moves.
In need of wing depth and shooting, the Warriors reportedly made a move to acquire the No. 41 overall pick in Thursday night's NBA draft from the Atlanat Hawks.
With the futures of Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson both up in the air, the Warriors need to find a way to fill the roster with cheap talent.
After losing Kevin Durant (at least for the season if not forever) and Klay Thompson (likely until at least March), the five-time defending Western Conference champions will need to add some scoring around Steph Curry, who will have to carry a much heavier load next season.
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NBA draft day is just getting started.
It's NBA draft day!
The Warriors hold the Nos. 28 and 58 overall picks in the 2019 NBA Draft, which begins at 4 p.m. PT on ESPN. The Kings don't own a first-round pick, but they hold three selections -- Nos. 40, 47 and 60 overall -- in the second round.
The draft presents the best avenue for teams to add young, affordable talent, and both Golden State and Sacramento have plenty at stake Thursday.
With so much uncertainty surrounding the Warriors, particularly because of Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson's injuries, the Dubs need to address their roster with players who can help fill the void. Considering how many high-salaried players the Warriors have, hitting on draft picks is imperative to their future success.
The Kings narrowly missed the playoffs last season, and they're counting on the prospects they acquire in the draft to help push them over the top and secure the franchise's first playoff berth since 2006.
Duke star Zion Williamson is widely expected to be picked No. 1 overall by the New Orleans Pelicans, but you can follow each selection live, as they're made, in the 2019 NBA Draft tracker below:
1. New Orleans
3. New York
4. New Orleans (from Los Angeles Lakers)
10. Atlanta (from Dallas)
14. Boston (from Sacramento via Philadelphia)
19. San Antonio
20. Boston (from LA Clippers via Memphis)
21. Oklahoma City
23. Memphis (from Utah)
26. Cleveland (from Houston)
27. Brooklyn (from Denver)
28. Golden State
29. San Antonio (from Toronto)
30. Detroit (from Milwaukee)
31. Brooklyn (from New York via Philadelphia)
33. Philadelphia (from Cleveland via Orlando and New York)
34. Philadelphia (from Chicago via Los Angeles Lakers)
36. Charlotte (from Washington via Orlando, Denver and Atlanta)
38. Chicago (from Memphis)
39. New Orleans
40. Sacramento (from Minnesota via Portland and Cleveland)
41. Atlanta (from Los Angeles Lakers via Cleveland and Indiana)
42. Philadelphia (from Sacramento via Brooklyn and Milwaukee)
43. Minnesota (from Miami via Charlotte)
44. Miami (from Atlanta via Charlotte)
46. Orlando (from Brooklyn via Memphis and Charlotte)
47. Sacramento (from Orlando via New York)
48. LA Clippers
49. San Antonio
52. Charlotte (from Oklahoma City)
55. New York (from Houston)
56. LA Clippers (from Portland via Detroit and Orlando)
57. New Orleans (from Denver via Milwaukee)
58. Golden State
60. Sacramento (from Milwaukee)