WATCH: Steph Curry beats Denver high schoolers at basketball and is pictured leering in the locker room in this GQ feature

Curry took on a group of Denver high schoolers in a game of H-O-R-S-E and (separately) wore a nice red sweater with a kitty cat on it under a tight suit.

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Last time Steph Curry was in Denver, I watched the Denver Nuggets beat him and his Golden State Warriors in a pretty epic game.

Maybe he was distracted that night? Maybe that was the same trip as this video? I don’t know, but he definitely showed these North High School Vikings players who was boss in a game of H-O-R-S-E that was for no apparent reason — maybe I’m not GQ’s target market here? — actually a game of sesquipedalian

Merriam-Webster, which is so hot right now, defines sesquipedalian as “having many syllables,” or “given to or characterized by the use of long words.” Great work, everybody. What’s the word for a distracting joke that Steph bails on literally while delivering it in a YouTube video that I wish featured the North High kids a little more?

Presumably, this was all in connection to a photo shoot Curry did for a GQ feature. You can see him pictured in various North High locations doing things that make perfect sense, like holding a blue basketball while sitting on a bicycle in the hallway and wearing a nice red sweater with a kitty cat on it under a tight suit, right here.

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