Curry tallied 45 points (16-25 FG, 8-13 3Pt, 5-5 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist, one steal and one blocked shot across 38 minutes in a 115-113 victory over the Clippers on Thursday.

Curry struggled with a 5-for-21 mark from the field in the Warriors' season-opening win over the Lakers on Tuesday, but he bounced back with a dominant shooting night Thursday. The veteran point guard hit all nine of his field-goal attempts -- including each of his five tries from deep -- en route to a 25-point first quarter, and he converted multiple triples down the stretch to help guide Golden State to its second straight win. Curry also pulled down 10 boards for the second consecutive contest, adding to his massive fantasy line. He isn't likely to continue grabbing rebounds at this high of a rate, but there should be little doubt that Curry will once again rank among the NBA elite in terms of scoring and three-point shooting throughout the campaign.

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