New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis may not have the stardom of Steph Curry yet, but he's certainly taking the NBA by storm at 20 years old.
Curry has turned his pregame routine into a red-carpet affair. Crowds of children and adults alike watch Curry's every move before the game even starts.
The cherry on top of the spectacle seen at Oracle Arena is Curry always giving himself five chances to nail an insane trick shot from the hallway. If he makes the rainbow shot, his time is done. If he misses all five, oh well, Curry heads to the locker room.
As the Knicks readied themselves Tuesday for their contest in Oakland against the Warriors Wednesday, Porzingis added to his mystique and attempted Curry's trademark pregame shot. And as it turns out, Curry isn't the only one that can hit from ridiculous distance.
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Porzingis knocked down the shot Tuesday afternoon, as caught on video by Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports.
The 7-foot-3 big man hailing from Latvia is shooting 33.2 percent from 3-point distance in his rookie year. Overall, Porzingis is averaging 14.0 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game.