Stephen Curry Scores A Three-Pointer In Infiniti Q50’s Sunroof

As arguably one of the greatest long-distance shooters in the history of the NBA, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is more than adept at making long shots.

Recently, during a video shoot for an Infiniti Q50 commercial, Curry apparently wanted to see if he can put the ball through the car’s sunroof from a distance that seemingly mirrors an NBA three-point shot (23.75 ft/7.24 meters).

His Instagram post also suggests that the shot wasn’t necessarily part of the commercial, but rather him just having some fun with the car: “Getting shots up, even at my Infiniti Q50 commercial shoot! More to come.”

Promoting the Q50 sports sedan is Curry’s first official assignment as Infiniti’s global brand ambassador, and to see him enjoying himself while working comes as no surprise since that’s also his personality on the basketball court.

Video: Stephen Curry/Instagram

A post shared by Wardell Curry (@stephencurry30) on Jul 20, 2017 at 9:02am PDT

  • fgclolz

    Steph’s gonna Steph!

  • brn

    Number one on my, who gives a shit meter.

    Car news? Really?

  • LJ

    It amazes me that we pay people millions of dollars because they can shoot a rubber ball through an opening.

    • PB

      A film crew? So some turd-worlder masquerading as a first-worlder can throw a ball at a car ? Everybody looks at muh!

    • Bash

      Not only that, it amazes me how much money is being generated by their sponsors thru publicity and advertisement, just by shooting that rubber ball through an opening!

    • Polyester Poontang

      What is wrong about someone being rewarded for being the best in his en devour.

      • Auf Wiedersehen

        Oh lord…I just went through this with someone else in a comment section. There is nothing wrong with it until it hits the kind or dollars that are thrown at them…then it’s just shameful.

      • LJ

        Nothing at all and if someone wants to pay somebody tens of millions of dollars for being good at a kids game, then so be it.

        But basketball players aren’t paid millions because what they can do is so amazing, they’re paid that because they make the team even more money.

        There are far more impressive athletes, such as olympians, that make a fraction of a fraction of what NBA players do.

    • Auf Wiedersehen

      I’ve said that for years. Our culture is pretty messed up to pay athletes the kind of money they do.

  • René

    Is it me or am I the only one that does not see the ball going in? The ball is gone when it is approx. 1 foot above the roof.

    • Not just you. It does seem to disappear right before going in.

  • René

    Is it me or am I the only one that does not see the ball going in? 1Ft. Above the roof it is gone!

  • FastRabbit08PL

    Look at the ball, its fake. Good use of After Effects 🙂

  • thunder bolt


  • no25

    lmao you can literally see the ball disappear

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