Steph Curry Takes Life Lessons from James Corden on "Carpool Karaoke"
"I'm going to make him great in every aspect of his life," Corden promises Curry.
Steph Curry's new life coach uses rather unorthodox methods.
The NBA MVP took a ride with Late Late Show host James Corden, who took it upon himself to "center" perhaps the greatest 3-point shooter basketball has ever seen. Corden's left-field approach took Curry first to the miniature golf course. "Be the ball, let the ball be you," was among the mantras Corden pushed on a skeptical Curry.
Corden suggested Curry "change up his image," as he was too nice, which was again met with derision from the squeaky-clean Golden State Warriors star. The two moved on to other games, including air hockey (Curry won), rock-paper-scissors (Curry won) and Dance, Dance Revolution (Curry won).
In the end, Curry insisted they sing a little in the car, "Carpool Karaoke" style (something that has always been his dream), although his song choices didn't extend far beyond Disney hits from Frozen. And wouldn't you know it? He nailed that too.