Curry delivered 44 points (14-19 FG, 8-11 3Pt, 8-8 FT), 10 assists, six rebounds and two steals across 37 minutes in Thursday's 134-127 win over the Clippers.
Curry was razor-sharp while posting his third 40-point effort of the season, generating his best single-game success rate from the floor (73.7 percent) since Dec. 30. He drained a jaw-dropping 72.7 percent of his 11 attempts from long distance as part of that figure, and in addition to all of his offensive success, he also managed to dish out his second-highest number of assists on the campaign. Naturally, the 29-year-old's usage and efficiency isn't always at Thursday's level, but he'll undoubtedly continue to co-spearhead the offensive attack alongside Kevin Durant on the majority of nights during the Warriors' ongoing push for the top spot in the Western Conference.
Curry collected 11 points (4-14 FG, 3-11 3Pt), six rebounds, five assists and one steal in 26 minutes during Sunday's 148-145 loss to Team LeBron in the All-Star game.
Curry failed to impress as team captain in Sunday's All-Star loss to Team LeBron. Curry along with James Harden (12 points on 5-of-19 shooting) both struggled with their shots as they blew a lead late in the game. The change in the team selection process appears to have breathed new life into the format, ensuring the games will be hotly contested in the coming years. Poor shooting aside, Curry is still going to be flirting with top three value as the Warriors look to stave off the Rocket to secure the number one seed in the Western Conference.
Curry poured in 17 points (6-17 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and added six assists, four rebounds and three steals across 34 minutes in Wednesday's 123-117 loss to the Trail Blazers.
Kevin Durant put the Warriors' offense on his shoulders Wednesday, leaving Curry and fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson in complementary roles. Curry's shot was off as well, as his 35.3 percent success rate from the field was his poorest in seven February contests. The 29-year-old heads into the All-Star break with averages of 20.6 points, 6.3 assists, 5.7 rebounds and 1.4 steals across 32.3 minutes thus far this month, and a pair of sub-20-point efforts in the last three games.
Curry posted 22 points (8-17 FG, 3-9 3Pt, 3-3 FT(, nine rebounds, seven assists and a blocked shot in 30 minutes during Monday's 129-83 win over the Suns.
The feared blowout actually occurred on Monday, and those who chose to play the Warriors saw a downtick in production from their starting five, but Curry fared the best of all of them. This game was so far apart in the second half, Coach Stever Kerr handed the whiteboard over to his players so they write up their own plays. While this was a bit of a down evening for Curry, he's virtually matchup-proof unless he runs into a matchup with blowour potential.
Curry collected 17 points (7-13 FG, 3-7 3Pt), eight assists, four rebounds and two steals across 29 minutes in Saturday's 122-105 win over the Spurs.
Curry had to exit the game briefly in the third quarter after getting his foot tangled with teammate Draymond Green, but he returned and delivered another strong stat line overall. The nine-year veteran was under 20 points for the first time in five February contests, but the slight downturn in minutes undoubtedly played a role. Curry was also strong as a facilitator for the second straight game, as he's now dished out eight assists in each of those contests. With the injury scare seemingly behind him, Curry should be a full go for a premium matchup against the Suns on Monday.
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