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Elkhart's Malachi Emmons (25)  works against  Gary Westside in a boys regional semifinal game Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Michigan City High School. Emmons returns to play for Concord this season after spending a year at Elkhart.

Elkhart’s Malachi Emmons (25) works against Gary Westside in a boys regional semifinal game Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Michigan City High School. Emmons returns to play for Concord this season after spending a year at Elkhart.

Malachi Emmons woke up to his phone blowing up with texts about this biggest play of his high school basketball career.

Everybody at school the next day couldn’t stop talking about it with him either.

“Honestly the next day I think I watched that video in like two or three classes,” Emmons said. “The teacher brought it up on the board.”

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The video in question was of Emmons’ right-wing, 28-foot, game-winning heave at the buzzer which helped Concord defeat South Bend Saint Joseph, 56-53 last Tuesday night, and was featured as the No. 1 play on SportsCenter’s Top-10 plays

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Dubs’ Steph Curry, Brother Seth Net Unreal NBA Scoring Feat


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Steph Curry squaring off with his brother, Steph Curry, in the 2019 NBA playoffs.

The Curry brothers continue to set the standard for family accomplishments in the modern NBA.

The 2021-22 season is only a few games old, but already Steph Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, and Seth Curry, of the Philadelphia 76ers, have set a ridiculous league-wide scoring mark.

The official SportsCenter Twitter account posted details of the feat on Sunday, October 24.

“The two highest scoring quarters of the season so far belong to the Curry brothers 💦,” the post said.

Steph Curry put up 25 points in the 1st quarter of the Warriors’ second game of the season against the Los Angeles Clippers, while Seth Curry dropped in 23 points in the first quarter Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder.


Curry Played Perfect Offensive Quarter Against Clippers

Steph Curry personified

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Ben Simmons Explains Why SportsCenter Isn’t Allowed In His House, He Doesn’t Care Just About Scoring, and the Sixers Can Beat the Nets

What is it about Luka and all the buzz around his name? Because the first time you played the Mavericks this season, you kinda had him in jail.

People are coming out to get your number. They want to be able to say they dominate you or whatever the case is with that. For me, I take pride in my defense. I want to let guys know I’m out there. Let them feel me. On defense. I’m a bigger guy, I like to take some hits like that on defense.

The playoffs are coming up and the Sixers might be the best team in the world. What are you looking forward to about the playoffs? It’s obviously been a trek to get over this hump for the last few years, what’s going to be a shift this season?

If we get that No. 1 seed, we keep our hopes up

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Steph Curry breaks Wilt Chamberlain’s record to become the Golden State Warriors’ all-time scoring leader

On Monday night, it didn’t take long for Steph Curry to make history at Chase Center.

With 21 points in the first quarter against the Denver Nuggets, Curry etched his name at the top of Golden State’s record books to pass Wilt Chamberlain as the franchise’s all-time scoring leader.

Heading into Monday’s tilt against the Nuggets, Curry needed 18 points to tie Chamberlain’s franchise-best 17,783 points with the Warriors. The seven-time All-Star point guard exploded in the first quarter to officially pass Chamberlain on a layup with 1:40 remaining in the opening quarter.

Via @warriors on Twitter:

Following his 21 point flurry in the first quarter, Curry sits at the top of Golden State’s history books with 17,786 points and counting. On his way to passing Chamberlain’s mark, the two-time Most Valuable Player tallied 32 or more points in his last six contests. Over his recent six-game stretch, Curry is

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