Who else other than Stephen Curry to lead the Golden State Warriors? The 3-point King does it again as he knocks game-high 32 points to crush San Antonio Spurs’ 3-game winning streak in some style. Curry is averaging more than 29 points per game this season. Stephen Curry was 4 for 10 on 3-pointers and 11 for 20 overall. His night included switching hands after contact for an improbable, behind-the-back flip shot late in the first quarter that he made despite being fouled.
Eric Paschall scored 15 whereas Andrew Wiggins added 14 for the Warriors. Talking about the San Antonio Spurs, they were led by Rudy Gay who scored 17 points. Whereas Patty Mills had 13 and Trey Lyles had 15. The Spurs received a spark off the bench with Lyles scoring nine points in the first half after entering the game with 3:21 left in the opening quarter.
Stephen Curry leads Golden State Warriors past San Antonio Spurs
“I worked my butt off over the offseason,” Curry said as per ESPN. “I’m just happy to be playing. I feel strong. I feel in rhythm, in ultimate control of my game. Shots are falling. It all comes not only with my own confidence, but growing confidence in my team.”
“Nothing high flying or above the rim about that,” Curry added. “I’ll take that recognition. I did switch hands, so that is the only comparison.”
Both stars from the previous game for Spurs, Dejounte Murray and DeMar DeRozan had quiet games. The Spurs were without injured starters Derrick White and LaMarcus Aldridge, who has a sore right hip
“When you’re not getting stops, it’s hard to win a game,” Spurs guard Dejounte Murray said.