Curry delivered 22 points (8-17 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 4-5 FT), seven rebounds, six assists and four steals across 41 minutes during Golden State's 98-94 loss to the Rockets in Game 5 of their Western Conference playoff series Thursday. Curry flipped the script a bit from a shooting perspective as compared to the last two games, when he'd found success from behind the arc but struggled from in front of it. The reverse was mostly true Thursday, as the nine-year veteran was a blistering 6-for-9 from two-point range. After opening the series by scoring in the teens over the first pair of contests, Curry has tallied between 22 and 35 points in Games 3-5. He'll look to make pivotal contributions again in Saturday's critical Game 6 on his home floor.
Curry managed 28 points (10-26 FG, 6-13 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, two assists and two steals across 39 minutes during Golden State's 95-92 loss to the Rockets in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday. Curry was sharp from in distance, but he had trouble getting his shot to fall consistently overall, save for an impressive third quarter during which he scored 11 consecutive points and compiled 17 in total. The All-Star guard has now shot under 40.0 percent in two of the first four games of the series, although he's compiled his two best scoring totals in the last pair of contests. With the series now having reached a pivotal stage, Curry will look to up his efficiency in Thursday's critical Game 5.
Curry tallied 35 points (13-23 FG, 5-12 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds, one assist and one block across 34 minutes during Golden State's 126-85 win over the Rockets in Game 3 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Sunday. Looking to get out of a multi-game slump that had him facing plenty of questions, Curry started slowly again Sunday, going 1-for-6 from three-point range in the first half. However, he turned his game around in the third, draining all seven of his attempts from the field during the period on his way to an 18-point quarter. Curry went 4-for-5 from behind the arc in the second half overall, and he moved past Rick Barry for first place in franchise history in terms of most postseason baskets (712). Having seemingly eradicated his struggles with a postseason-best point haul, the perennial All-Star will look to keep the momentum going when the Warriors attempt to take a commanding 3-1 series lead in Tuesday's Game 4.
Curry managed 16 points (7-19 FG, 1-8 3Pt, 1-1 FT), seven rebounds and seven assists across 34 minutes during Golden State's 127-105 loss to the Rockets in Game 2 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series. Curry was the only other double-digit scorer on the Warriors besides Kevin Durant, but his point total was his lowest of the six postseason games he's played. The All-Star's struggles from distance persisted as well, as he's now just 2-for-13 from three-point range over the first two games against the Rockets. Curry's 36.8 percent success rate from the floor was also his second sub-40-percent tally of the playoffs, a figure he'll look to significantly improve when Golden State attempts to bounce back in Sunday's Game 3.
Curry totaled 18 points (8-15 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), eight assists, six rebounds, two steals and one block in 35 minutes during Monday's 119-106 victory over Houston. Curry was solid without being spectacular Monday, chipping in across the board in the Game One victory. Curry only attempted five three-pointers, converting one of them, as he managed to find his way to the basket with some regularity. His aggressiveness is a nice indication that he is feeling fully healthy which in itself, is a worrying sign for the Rockets. The Warriors will look to consolidate their lead on Wednesday and Curry will almost certainly look to be more involved, especially on the offensive end of the floor.
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