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Steph Curry Claimed NASA Never Landed On The Moon On A Podcast

Steph Curry Claimed NASA Never Landed On The Moon On A Podcast

Here's your latest National Basketball Association player throwing out a conspiracy theory: Steph Curry revealed that he's among the people who don't believe astronauts landed on the moon.

Bazemore then pipes up, adding that his guests should "do the research on Stanley Kubrick".

It's also countered by numerous examples of proof, including the fact that there are visible footprints left by astronauts on the surface of the moon.

Conspiracy theories exist because, well, if you don't believe in any you assume the government is batting 1.000 and everyone is telling the truth about everything. "I do not go up and down at 360-degree angle, and all that stuff about gravity".

Still, Irving immediately doubled down outside the podcast - then tripled down and quadrupled down and...

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Steph Curry Questions Whether Man Has Ever Landed on the Moon

Listen to the full podcast below, and Curry's moon landing comments at 46:45.

"So, listen, I drive from coast to coast, and this s.is flat to me".

The Boston Celtics star specifically said sorry to "all the science teachers" who came up to him and complained "I've got to reteach my whole curriculum".

Irving apologized for making the comments earlier this year, claiming he has since learned certain thoughts are better kept in "intimate conversations".

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