SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Sacramento Kings sport operations employees had some enjoyable with Stephen Curry’s current comments concerning the moon landing prior to Friday night time’s sport between the Kings and the Golden State Warriors.
Because the Warriors’ beginning lineup was being launched, an previous clip of an astronaut strolling on the moon was performed on the big video screens inside Golden 1 Middle as “Zoom, Zoom, Zoom, We’re Going to the Moon” by the Kiboomers blared on the audio system. The Warriors gamers received a chuckle out of the trolling, as a number of appeared up from the bench and laughed.
Comments questioning whether or not astronauts ever landed on the moon have been a joke, Stephen Curry instructed ESPN’s Nick Friedell on Wednesday. Curry additionally mentioned he’ll settle for a proposal to go to NASA’s Johnson House Middle.
The jokes did not cease there, as members of the Kings sport ops employees held up cutouts of astronauts and the moon itself behind Golden State’s basket as Kevin Durant shot free throws in the course of the first quarter.
Curry received nationwide consideration this week after an look on The Ringer’s “Winging It” podcast through which he questioned whether or not the moon landing truly befell. Within the midst of lighthearted dialog amongst Curry, teammate Andre Iguodala, Atlanta Hawks gamers Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore and co-host Annie Finberg, the group went from speaking about what sound a dinosaur made to the likelihood that the moon landing did not truly occur.
“We ever been to the moon?” Curry requested.
After a number of voices mentioned, “No,” Curry responded, “They are going to come get us, I do not suppose so both. Sorry, I do not need to begin conspiracies.”
The comments shortly went viral and even Curry admitted being stunned simply how large the story grew to become. After listening to concerning the comments, NASA invited Curry to come to the lunar lab in Houston to tour the ability. Curry instructed ESPN he was joking concerning the authentic comments, however would “1,000 %” settle for NASA’s invitation.