The star player for the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, was recently seen trolling Patrick Mahomes, the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. 

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This comes one day prior to the eagerly anticipated golf match known as “The Match,” in which Curry will partner up with fellow Warriors teammate Klay Thompson to compete against Mahomes and his Chiefs teammate Travis Kelce.

The competition between these well-known players from other sports is anticipated to be thrilling and entertaining. The event has attracted a lot of interest.

Stephen Curry was looking for motivation on Wednesday, the day before the Las Vegas event, and he was fortunate to find the right place.

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He opted to look up “Chief lose” on YouTube, where he discovered an old video from the Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 3 2021 NFL loss to the Los Angeles Chargers at home (30-24). With just over a minute left in the game, Patrick Mahomes threw a key interception.

Reacting to the footage, Curry said, “Mahomes, Mahomes, Mahomes! I’m getting really fired up and inspired by what I’m seeing on TV, Pat. Ha! It’s going to be a similar outcome in Vegas, baby!”

Several fans on Twitter also reacted to the video. One user tweeted, “My 🐐 he’s going to do a job my favorite football team can’t do in Vegas once a year”

“Wait till Patrick puts the 2016 finals”, another user wrote.

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In the previous edition of The Match in 2020, Stephen Curry teamed up with Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. Unfortunately, Charles Barkley and six-time major winner Phil Mickelson defeated them. Curry now has a chance to make amends as he gets ready for the competition this summer, though. He is passionately declaring his desire to make a good comeback and demonstrate his abilities on the golf course because he is not one to keep silent.