“It was all an illusion”: Steph Curry’s stunned reaction captured on live TV when former Warriors teammate Festus Ezeli joined the dance crew

STEPH Curry couldn’t believe his eyes after seeing a former teammate join the dance crew.

Golden State Warriors superstar Curry was seen with his head in hands and looked stunned into disbelief.

Steph Curry couldn't believe his eyes at Chase Center on Sunday
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Steph Curry couldn’t believe his eyes at Chase Center on SundayCredit: NBA

Festus Ezeli joined the dance team on the court


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Festus Ezeli joined the dance team on the courtCredit: NBA
Curry, 36, sat out of Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Utah Jazz at Chase Center in San Francisco, California.

The Warriors took no chances with their star guard ahead of the NBA play-in tournament this week.

Curry is usually the one leaving fans in awe with his basketball skills on the court.

But the 36-year-old was the one who looked completely stunned after what he witnessed.

His ex-teammate turned broadcaster Ezeli, 34, decided to join the dance team on the court.

And the ex-NBA center clearly had some impressive moves which were a hit with fans inside the arena.

Ezeli, 34, played for the Warriors from 2012 to 2016.

He won the NBA title with Curry in 2016 and also had a spell with the Westchester Knicks in the G-League.

The former center turned to a career in the media when he joined NBC in January 2022.

Ezeli is an analyst on NBC Sports Bay Area’s coverage of Warriors games and often broadcasts from the sideline.

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And, during a break from his media duties on Sunday, he showed off his impressive dance moves.

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One NBC commentator said, “This had the arena bouncing.”

Curry was seen bursting out into laughter as Ezeli then walked off with a crown on his head.

The 34-year-old high-fived fans as he received a standing ovation.

Golden State won their regular-season finale 123-116 against the Utah Jazz.

Curry sat out Sunday's regular-season finale against the Utah Jazz

Both Curry and Draymond Green were rested for the game with their playoff position already confirmed.

The Warriors take on the Sacramento Kings in the 9th vs 10th battle in the Western Conference on Tuesday night.

The winner of that clash then plays the loser of the 7th vs 8th game between the Los Angeles Lakers and New Orleans Pelicans.

Curry is a four-time champion with the Warriors – but his team have found the going tough this year.

They finished 46-36 for 10th place in the Western Conference and have to win two knockout games this week to make the playoffs.

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