Curry finished with 37 points (12-27 FG, 7-15 FG, 6-6 FT), six rebounds, four assists, three steals and three blocks in 38 minutes during Friday's 108-85 victory over the Cavaliers. Curry bounced back after going missing in Game Three of the series, lighting the Cavaliers up from the opening tip, eventually finishing with 37 points including seven triples. He made a late claim for the Finals MVP award but fell just short of his teammate, Kevin Durant. After what has been a somewhat injury-plagued season, Curry will come into next season with a clean bill of health and will certainly be looking to exceed the number of games played as the team make a push for a fourth championship in five seasons.
Curry managed 11 points (3-16 FG, 1-10 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six assists, five rebounds and one steal across 39 minutes during Golden State's 110-102 win over the Cavaliers in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday. As sharp as he'd been over most of his last five postseason tilts, Curry was the polar opposite Wednesday, posting his worst success rate (18.8 percent) of the season from the field and equaling a postseason low with just one made three-pointer. The 30-year-old didn't even sink his second field goal until there were less than three minutes remaining in the contest, underscoring the extent of his struggles. Despite the difficult night, Curry will look to heat right back up in Friday's potentially decisive Game 4.
Curry tallied 33 points (11-26 FG, 9-17 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight assists, seven rebounds and one steal across 38 minutes during Golden State's 122-103 win over the Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday. Curry found a way to one-up himself scoring-wise after a spectacular Game 1 in which he'd compiled 29 points in the overtime victory. The 30-year-old was red-hot from three-point range, draining 52.9 percent of his attempts from distance on his way to setting a new NBA Finals record with nine three-pointers. Several of those came at critical moments, including a sensational, off-balance bucket over Kevin Love with 7:54 remaining. After averaging an impressive 25.0 points in the conference finals against the Rockets, Curry is up to 31.0 points per contest over the first two games versus the Cavaliers, while also serving as a more effective facilitator (8.5 assists). He'll look to turn in a third consecutive stellar effort when the Warriors go for a 3-0 series lead on Wednesday.
Curry produced 29 points (11-23 FG, 5-11 3Pt, 2-2 FT), nine assists, six rebounds, and one steal in 46 minutes during Thursday's 124-114 victory over Cleveland. Curry was big for the Warriors as they held off a dogged Cleveland team to escape with a 124-114 overtime victory on Game One of the NBA Finals. Curry made a crucial three-point play in the dying seconds of regulation to give the Warriors a one-point lead. JR Smith had a chance to win the game but apparently failed to see Curry convert his three-point play as he held the ball, thinking the Cavaliers were ahead. Game Two is on Sunday in Oakland and Curry will look to continue his recent strong play as the Warriors look to go ahead 2-0 in the series.
Curry contributed 27 points (10-22 FG, 7-15 3Pt), 10 assists, nine rebounds, four steals and one block in 44 minutes during Monday's 101-92 victory over Houston. Curry came alive in the second half after a somewhat slow start to the game, scoring at will against some good defense from the Rockets. He came within one rebound of recording a triple-double in what can only be described as his best performance of the post-season so far. This does not bode well for the Cavaliers who will now face the Warriors for the fourth consecutive season in the Finals. Curry will once again look to assert his dominance as the Warriors push for their third title in the last four years.
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