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It’s February, and Bob McKillop is about to complete his 30th season as the basketball coach at Davidson College. I have come to speak with him because Curry has said McKillop is a reason he did play Division I basketball and a reason he has been able to revolutionize the sport.

Although a stickler for discipline and a guardian of tradition, McKillop decided to let Curry shoot at Davidson with an abandon that he has never relinquished and that an emerging generation has taken as its birthright.

But he doesn’t want to talk about Steph’s shot. “He had the shot when he came here,” McKillop says. “I had nothing to do with it.” He talks instead about something that happened 45 years ago.

In a big moment, with the Warriors needing a big play to get back into the game — and the Finals — with Drake in his face and the guy he’d called out in his sights, Draymond Green did not combust.

“It’s all about, ‘Is [the fire] working for me or is it working against me?'” Green says. “When I’m channeling it to work for me, I think I’m one of the baddest motherf—ers on the planet. When it gets the best of me, I’m not so good.”

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