Steph says he doesn't believe humans have been to the moon
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If his own admission is to be trusted, Stephen Curry is a moon landing denier. Or perhaps the Golden State Warriors superstar simply has a firm understanding of how to set the internet ablaze.

The two-time MVP and teammate Andre Iguodala appeared as featured guests on Monday's episode of the "Winging It" podcast hosted by the Atlanta Hawks' Vince Carter, Kent Bazemore, and team digital content coordinator Annie Finberg.

After discussing the ins and outs of the game for most of the first 45 minutes of the show, the conversation took a sharp turn after Iguodala brought up a meme he saw on social media that called into question how filmmakers knew what sounds dinosaurs made. From that launchpad, Curry decided to jump headfirst into a classic conspiracy theory.

"We ever been to the moon?" Curry asked the room.

Several of the players responded in the negative.

"They're going to come get us," Curry added. "I don't think so, either ... I'm starting conspiracies."

"You don't think so?" Finberg asked Curry. "Uh-uh," the 30-year-old point guard grunted, confirming his initial statement.

Steph says he doesn't believe humans have been to the moon
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