It may be summer, but Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is playing basketball in San Francisco.
Curry took the court at Kezar Pavilion in his San Francisco Pro-Am debut and stole the show, scoring 43 points in a 110-104 SF City victory over Bay Pride.
"I'm here in the summertime now, so there's an opportunity to come," Curry told Comcast SportsNet after the game. "I heard great things about the Pro-Am. I've never been here before so to be able to play and enjoy the Bay Area competition, that's what it's all about in the summer."
The 26-year old All-Star, who averaged a career-high 24.0 points and 8.5 assists this year, tweeted after the game:
Had a great time playing with SF City at the Pro-Am tonight. Crowd was crazy. Appreciate the love… http://t.co/zxF8bdt61e— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) July 3, 2014
The highlight reel:
League director Jon Greenberg has run the San Francisco Bay Area Pro-Am Summer League -- a local hoops fixture -- for the last 35 years "with the concept that the league would add to the quality of life in the Bay Area and provide an alternative for family fun during the Summer months."