Warriors sharpshooter Steph Curry claims man never set foot on the moon

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Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry "Winging It" with Vince Carter, Kent Bazemore and Andre Iguodala and the conversation shifted to whether man has ever been on the moon before.

Curry initially asked the rest of the podcast: "We ever been to the moon?"

Or he could stick with his conspiracy theory. Curry asked during the show.

Bazemore goes one step further and tells Finberg to "do the research on Stanley Kubrick", referring to a fake video in which an actor pretending to be the acclaimed filmmaker "admits" to being the director in charge of faking the 1969 moon landing.

"Curry: 'They're gonna come get us. I don't think so, either'".

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Curry's comments follow fellow National Basketball Association player Kyrie Irving's multiple comments about the earth being flat, a comment he later retracted.

Curry may also want to steer clear of Buzz Aldrin, who became one of the first two humans to walk on the moon along with Neil Armstrong.

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. "What's going on with our world?!'" he said. So many people would have to know if the moon landing were faked, and there's no way they'd all keep it secret.

Curry, you've been warned.

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