“Another Splash brother loading” Moses Moody drops six 3s, the second-most by a rookie in the Golden State Warriors history after Stephen Curry

Moses Moody, who is in his early stages in the NBA scored his career-high against the San Antonio Spurs and by scoring 6 three-pointers to reach 20-points, he along with his fellow youngsters launched a comeback to clinch a victory against the Spurs.

Stphen Curry and Moses Moody
Stphen Curry and Moses Moody

The Golden State Warriors played without their star players, and still managed to grind out a win against the San Antonio Spurs, making a comeback in the game after falling behind in double digits numerous times.

Moses Mood channelizes inner becomes Stephen Curry vs Spurs

Moses Moody
Moses Moody

The Warriors have a lot to thank their young players for stepping up to secure a win which wasn’t likely throughout the game, especially to Moses Moody who put a Curry-like performance for the Warriors against the Spurs.


Moses Moody who is still a rookie and developing his skills in the NBA, put up the best game of his career so far, on Tuesday night against the Spurs. Moody Came out scoring 20-points, 1 assist, and 7 rebounds. It wasn’t the number of points but the way he scored them, he didn’t score just 2 or 3 three-points, but he scored 6 three-pointers for the Warriors in a single game, his previous high was against Houston Rocket where he scored 3 three-pointers. He is only bettered by Stephen Curry who scored 7 three-pointers in a game.

No Curry no Problem for Moses Moody led Warriors against Spurs

Moses Moody
Moses Moody

Moody who has been back and forth in the G League, where he played for Santa Cruz Warriors, got his shot against the Houston Rockets, where he ended the game with 11-points, 1 assist, and 2 rebounds, a slow start but still decent, he then burst on to the scene against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night.

The Golden State Warriors made a comeback from being 17 points adrift in the game, and Steve Kerr placed his trust on the youngster, and he didn’t disappoint at all. Steve Kerr said, “I thought Moses, not just the shooting and the scoring, but diving on the floor late in the game, fighting for every loose ball, offensive rebounds — Moses is a competitor and winner.”


The Warriors coach has spoken about the rookie pair Moses Moody and Jonathan Kuminga to be getting minutes prior to the Rockets game, and he also said that they might not get enough minutes if the whole squad remained healthy for the duration of the season. The game against the Spurs showed the league that the future of the warriors are in safe hands, after an impressive showing, and possibly making them a team with enough depth to compete for the championship with their star players resting or missing on games.

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