‘Steph Curry ain’t slowin’ down!’ | Swagu and Perk Episode 5

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Steph Curry ain’t slowin’ down! | Swagu and Perk Episode 5

Swagu and Perk are still salivating after their Thanksgiving meals, but they discuss why Steph Curry is the best basketball player in the world right now, why Kemba Walker was benched, whether or not you can win with Baker Mayfield, and how football players react when they see baseball players signing guaranteed deals with hundreds of millions of dollars. Let’s get it!

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