Feb 23, 2021
SEEN HER? Missing Paterson Woman, 20, Wasnt One To Run Off, Frightened Loved Ones Say
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Loved ones believe Nyrah Barner Curry of Paterson was headed to a party in Brooklyn when her grandmother said she saw her get into what looked like an Uber.
That was nearly two weeks ago.
Her brother said Curry, 20, texted with him on Valentine's Day but that subsequent texts later didn't sound like her.
The phone was last pinged to Manhattan, then it went dead, family members said.
Curry would have had no reason to run off -- and especially not to have some kind of contact with loved ones, especially her grandma, they said.
She hasn't made any social media posts even though Curry's father, Keith Barner, says she "loves" Facebook, Instagram and other platforms.
"Please let my daughter go," an emotional Barner said during a virtual news conference. "We don't know if something happened, we just want our baby home.
"Our people are going through a lot of stuff over this. A lot of people love her. We don't know who she's with, how she's being fed, we don't know nothing. She's not there and we want her home."
Several groups have circulated information about Curry in the hopes she'll be found.
City police have been in touch with the NYPD and Curry's information was entered into a national database, Paterson Public Safety Director Jerry Speziale said.
Curry is 5-foot-2 and 100 pounds, with black hair. If you see or know where to find her, please contact Paterson police at (973) 321-1111 or the NYPD at (212) 694-7781.
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Stephen Curry wins NBA 3-point shooting contest in dramatic fashion
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Like hitting a final-second game-winner, Stephen Curry won Sunday’s 3-point shooting contest by draining his last shot of the contest — the money ball.
Curry’s last make from the right corner counted for two points and led the Warriors superstar past Utah’s lefty point guard Mike Conley, 28-27. Conley would have been the first southpaw to win the contest.
Curry, widely viewed as the greatest 3-point shooter in history, won the contest in 2015. The multicolored money ball is worth two points while the other balls are worth one.
“It kind of went black,’’ Curry said as he squared for his last shot. “I could hear the temperature rising. It was a fun battle. Mike shot well.”
Curry had destroyed the six-man field in the opening round by posting a 31. Curry, Jayson Tatum and Conley advanced to the finals.
STEPH IS RIDICULOUS [email protected] is your 2021 #MtnDew3pt winner! pic.twitter.com/MwZzungsAX— NBA TV (@NBATV) March 8, 2021
In the Skills Challenge, Knicks forward Julius Randle was eliminated in a first-round matchup against Domantas Sabonis, the eventual winner.
Sabonis originally was passed over for the All-Star Game and got in as an injury replacement for Kevin Durant. Sabonis beat another European big man, Nikola Vucevic of Orlando in the finals by draining his 3-pointer first after three misses. Sabonis was runner-up in the event in 2020.Filed under nba all-star game , new york knicks , stephen curry , 3/7/21