Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson (aka the Splash Brothers) are like kids playing out there for the Golden State Warriors–really, really good kids who won’t come in when they’re called for dinner. That’s how much fun they’re having as the most dangerous offensive backcourt in the NBA. It takes a lot to take the air out of the Curry-Thompson ball. Derrick Rose, then, is a lot.
Rose shot just 13-33 and committed 11 turnovers at Golden State. But the 2011 NBA MVP had 30 points and rose up with seven seconds left to bang down the winning jumper in OT for the Chicago Bulls, as they handed Golden State only their seventh loss of the season. You’ll see all three players–a LOT–on All-Star weekend February 13-15.