Curry put up 11 points (4-18 FG, 1-11 3pt, 2-2 FT), five assists, two rebounds and a steal over 27 minutes in Monday's 132-110 loss to the Nuggets.
Perhaps it was the altitude? Or possibly Saturday's taxing matchup against the Thunder is to blame. Either way, the Warriors did not look like themselves, and Curry's performance epitomized that fact, as Curry shot less than 10 percent from beyond the arc and disappeared from the lineup in the fourth quarter. Coach Steve Kerr let the second unit finish out the game, which definitely affected Curry's output, but he was ice-cold from the beginning. Denver's record-tying feat of 24 threes is hard to overcome for any team, so expect this lackluster outing to be a blip on the radar for Curry, who is still one of the NBA's elite point guards.
Curry put up 26 points (9-19 FG, 4-11 3Pt, 4-4 FT), nine assists, eight rebounds and two steals in 33 minutes Saturday during a 130-114 win over the Thunder.
After failing to score 20 points in his last two games, Curry bounced back in a major way against Russell Westbrook and the Thunder. Curry got off to a cold start, shooting just 1-of-5 from three-point range in the first quarter, but was rock-solid at taking care of the ball. He finished with zero turnovers to his nine assists, an encouraging sign for a player averaging 2.9 turnovers this season.
Curry scored 18 points (6-13 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 4-5 FT) along with four rebounds and five assists over 35 minutes in Friday's 122-107 win over Memphis.
This marks two straight games that Curry has been held under 20 points -- he scored 13 in Wednesday's win over the Bulls -- and the first time it's happened since late December. He's taken a combined 24 shot attempts in the two-game run this week, an uncharacteristically low total and reminiscent of those December days when Curry expressed frustration about the team's offense after he'd been held to fewer than 20 points five times during one eight-game stretch. There's been no report of an injury to the two-time MVP and no real reason offered as to why he's not shooting as much during the last two games. All we can say at this point is be patient.
Another spectacular outing from Curry was tainted by his miss of a potential game-winning shot in overtime with four seconds remaining. On the bright side, he continued his recent offensive tear, with Saturday's production representing his third game in the last four with more than 30 points. Curry has had his trademark three-point shot mostly hitting on all cylinders in recent games as well, as he's shot 56 percent (37-for-66) from behind the arc over the last five contests.
Curry put up 23 shot attempts for the third time in the last four games, while also firing double-digit three-point tries for the fourth time over that span. The sharpshooter has shot no less than Thursday's 47.8 percent while averaging 34.8 points over that stretch. After deferring frequently to Kevin Durant in earlier portions of the season, Curry appears to have reclaimed a principal role in the
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