Watch: Stephen Curry knocks career’s first buzzer beater to save Warriors against Rockets

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Stephen Curry saves Warriors vs Rockets
Stephen Curry saves Warriors vs Rockets

Stephen Curry has been at the helm of action for the Golden State Warriors. But their recent slump in form without Draymond Green being able to find elite assists has hampered their win record. Having registered a record of 4-7 without Green in the 2021-22 season, the Golden State Warriors locked horns against the rigid Houston Rockets, wherein the 3-point king once again came to his team’s rescue. 

Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry

Without over a minute left in the Warriors vs Rockets showdown, the score was tied at 103 a piece and both teams seemed to take the game with a clutch shot. With Christian Wood, Kevin Porter Jr and Stephen Curry already missing clutch shots, it was the latter who decided to seal the deal in his second attempt to register a hard-fought win for his team. Especially when the road for Steve Kerr’s team is seeming tough. 

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Stephen Curry knocks game winner in Warriors vs Rockets showdown 

To those who are nota ware, this is Stephen Curry career’s first ever buzzer beater. The 3-point king might have knocked many shots in the clutch but never a buzzer beater. Safe to say, it was the biggest shot of the night, after which Curry managed to register 22 points against his name. 

Talking about the particular game, Curry and Warriors looked sluggish all-night and were trailing majority of the time. But up until the last minute, wherein the Warriors were able to level the score, Rockets seemed to be a much-more deserving team on both ends of the field. 

Having lost six of their nine contests, surely Stephen Curry knew the importance of this victory, and guess, this is what championship-caliber teams are like. Being able to register wins even on their worse days. More importantly, with Klay Thompson too sitting on a second straight night, Curry surely displayed how well he can lead the Dubs even in the clutch. That being said, is it the first of many buzzer-beater we might witness from the 3-point king? Who knows.

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