Steph Curry selected third by LeBron James

Steph drafted by Team LeBron for All-Star Game; Wiggs with KD originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Steph Curry will be teaming up with LeBron James at the 2022 NBA All-Star Game.

The Warriors superstar was drafted third overall by Team LeBron for the second consecutive season. LeBron took Giannis Antetokounmpo first and Kevin Durant drafted Joel Embiid second, before LeBron announced he was taking Curry, “the greatest shooter of all time.”

Curry’s Warriors teammate, Andrew Wiggins, also is an All-Star starter and will play for Team Durant in the All-Star Game. Wiggins and Hawks guard Trae Young were the last two All-Star starters remaining on the board, and both were given to Durant to round out his starting five.

Draymond Green, who was named an All-Star reserve for the fourth time in his career, will not participate in the game due to his back injury and

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Kwity Paye Selected By The Colts In The First Round Of The 2021 NFL Draft

With the 21st pick in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts selected former Michigan Wolverines football defensive end Kwity Paye.

Paye is the sixth former Michigan player to be selected in the first round and 32nd player to be picked at any point since 2016 (head coach Jim Harbaugh‘s first draft as the head man).

Paye is the second edge defender off the board in this year’s draft, behind former Miami (Fla.) edge Jaelen Phillips, who was taken by the Miami Dolphins with the No. 18 pick.

“He is a physical specimen,” ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. said on the broadcast. “What he needs to be is coached up. He needs to develop a secondary move and get those sack numbers up.”

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