Steph Curry’s ‘Night-Night’ Celebration Is Taking Over The Internet

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Steph Curry’s ‘Night-Night’ Celebration Is Taking Over The Internet

Not only did he change the game of basketball with his 3-point shooting but Steph Curry may have changed the nature of sports celebrations too.

Known for his patented shimmy and for celebrating after big plays, Curry’s most recent ‘night-night’ celebration during Game 6 of the NBA Finals has been trending among athletes and little league stars.

Recently, Curry reacted to FC Barcelona star Ousmane Dembele’s ‘night night’ celebration, calling it a movement.

Curry Reacts to His Viral Celebration

Athletes from all over the world have been copying Curry’s signature move.

While he’s known for the shimmy or chewing his mouthguard during free throws, he’s been changing the game in more ways than just one. In fact, his latest celebration has started another movement.

The night-night celebration has been popular among athletes, including little league stars. Most recently, FC Barcelona star Ousmane Dembele celebrated the same way after scoring on Juventus.

Check out some of Curry’s other reactions for the ‘night-night’ movement.



Steph Curry “Night Night’ Celebration

Steph Curry’s NBA Finals ‘Night Night’ celebration is taking over the world.

While the gesture has been used before in the sports world, Curry has a way of making it mainstream. His celebration is more popular than ever with athletes and children copying his gesture after hitting a shot or scoring.

Curry used the ‘night-night’ celebration throughout the playoffs but the most memorable one was during the NBA Finals after hitting a three-point dagger late in the fourth quarter of Game 6.

The Warriors held onto an insurmountable lead all game and Curry finished the campaign by winning his fourth ring and first NBA Finals MVP.


Gia is a Basketball Insiders contributor based in Canada. She graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Science, so she knows the make-up of a winning bet. Gia uses her analytical background to tell stories using the latest data and statistics. Her work has been sourced by Entrepreneur, Inquirer, and more. Gia is also interested in health, wellness, and yoga.

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