Curry totaled 21 points (6-17 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 6-6 FT), seven assists, three rebounds, two steals and a block over 42 minutes in the Warriors' loss to the Raptors on Thursday.
Curry totaled just 21 points in the loss, after averaging 32.4 points per game through the first five games of the Finals, shooting an inefficient 6-17 from the floor and just 3-11 from beyond the arc. Much of the poor shooting can be attributed to the extra defensive attention paid to Curry, especially after Klay Thompson (knee) left the game early. Curry exits his fifth consecutive Finals with three rings and no Finals MVP awards.
Curry totaled 31 points (10-23 FG, 5-14 3Pt, 6-6 FT), eight rebounds and seven assists across 41 minutes during the Warriors' 106-105 win over the Raptors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday.
Curry stepped up to pace all scorers and regained his form at the most crucial time of the do-or-die contest. The perennial All-Star drained a game-tying three-pointer with 1:22 remaining, a shot that was followed up by another long-distance bucket on the part of Klay Thompson just 25 seconds later. The elite sharpshooter has now eclipsed the 30-point mark in eight of his last 10 postseason games, and with Kevin Durant out once again after having injured his Achilles shortly into his Game 5 return, Curry will undoubtedly line up for massive usage once more during Game 6 on his home floor.
Curry tallied 27 points (9-22 FG, 2-9 3Pt, 7-8 FT), six assists, four rebounds, one steal in 43 minutes during Friday's 105-92 loss to the Raptors in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
Curry had some help Friday with Klay Thompson returning to the lineup but was unable to pull out the victory for his team. The Warriors will now need to win all three remaining games if they are to secure their third straight NBA title. Curry will have to be at his best but of course, we have seen him put together some amazing performances over the past few seasons and so nothing is beyond him.
Curry totaled a career-playoff-high 47 points (14-31 FG, 6-14 3Pt, 13-14 FT) and added eight rebounds, seven assists and two steals across 43 minutes during the Warrior's 123-109 loss to the Raptors on Wednesday in Game 3 of the NBA Finals.
With Klay Thompson (hamstring) joining Kevin Durant (calf) on the bench for the night, Curry's usage rate was unsurprisingly through the roof. The perennial MVP candidate put the Warriors on his shoulders and uncorked shots from all over the floor, albeit in a losing cause. Curry's 31 attempts also marked a high for Golden State's current playoff run, and his 45.2 percent success rate from the floor was his best over the first three Finals contests. With the status of his aforementioned pair of star teammates up in the air for Friday's Game 4, Curry is poised to once again play a pivotal role as the defending champions look to even the series.
Curry totaled 23 points (6-17 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 8-9 FT), four assists, three rebounds and three steals across 41 minutes in the Warriors' win over the Raptors on Sunday.
Curry struggled early and often in this one, failing to connect on a field goal in the first quarter and finishing the game with a subpar shooting effort overall. His 23 points snap a six-game streak of 30-point performances, but with Klay Thompson's (hamstring) status up in the air for Wednesday and Kevin Durant (calf) still sidelined, Curry should be leaned on heavily on the offensive end of the court in Game 3.
Curry ended with 34 points (8-18 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 14-14 FT), five rebounds, five assists, and one steal in 40 minutes during Thursday's 118-109 loss to the Raptors.
Curry dropped a game-high 34 points Thursday, but it wasn't enough as the Warriors fell short in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. It was Curry's sixth consecutive playoff game with at least 30 points as he continues to dominate on the offensive end with Kevin Durant (calf) out of action. It appears that Durant is going to miss at least one more game meaning Curry will be called upon once again as the Warriors attempt to steal a game north of the border.
Curry furnished 37 points (11-25 FG, 7-16 3Pt, 8-9 FT), 13 rebounds, 11 assists and one steal across 47 minutes during the Warrior's 119-117 overtime win over the Trail Blazers in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals Monday.
Curry put the finishing touches on the four-game sweep with another masterful performance, and he and Draymond Green became the first pair of teammates to ever triple-double in the same game during the postseason. Curry has been a lock for 30-plus points since Kevin Durant went down with a calf injury in Game 5 of the semifinal round against the Rockets, with the perennial All-Star finishing the conference finals with averages of 36.5 points (on 47.1 percent shooting, including 42.5 percent from three-point range), 8.3 rebounds and 7.3 assists. Curry has also been more active than usual on the glass, and he'll look to carry the momentum over into the Finals against either the Bucks or Raptors after some much-needed down time over the next several days.
Curry finished with 36 points (11-26 FG, 6-16 3Pt, 8-9 FT), six rebounds and three assists across 37 minutes in the Warriors' win over the Trail Blazers on Saturday.
Curry finished with his fourth straight 30-point effort as the Warriors clawed back from a 13-point halftime deficit to get the win and go up 3-0 on the Blazers. The recent scoring outburst has unsurprisingly coincided with the absence of Kevin Durant (calf). Curry will continue to be the first option on offense while Durant sits, and with no timetable for the latter to return, it's safe to fire Curry up as a must-start in daily formats.
Curry totaled 37 points (11-22 FG, 4-14 3Pt, 11-11 FT), eight rebounds and eight assists across 39 minutes during the Warriors' 114-111 win over the Trail Blazers in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals Thursday.
As good as Curry was in Game 1, the perennial All-Star one-upped himself in Game 2. Curry scored an additional point, recorded two additional rebounds and upped his assist total by one as well as compared to the opening installment of the series Tuesday. Curry's contributions were particularly valuable to open the second half, when he jump-started the Warriors by scoring the first eight points of the third quarter. With an average of 36.5 points on 51.1 percent shooting through the first two games of the series, Curry will look to keep up his MVP-caliber numbers during Game 3 in Portland on Saturday.
Curry ended with 36 points (12-23 FG, 9-15 3Pt, 3-3 FT), seven assists, six rebounds, and one steal in 35 minutes during Tuesday's 116-94 victory over the Trail Blazers.
Curry came to play Tuesday, drilling nine triples on his way to a game-high 36 points. The open looks were plentiful as the Trail Blazers defense struggled with a number of high ball-screens. Kevin Durant (calf) seems unlikely to play in Game 2 which will once again mean Curry is at the forefront of the Warriors offensive plans. The Trail Blazers are going to need to make some major changes heading into Game 2 if they are to steal homecourt advantage away.
Curry finished with 33 points (9-20 FG, 4-11 3Pt, 11-11 FT), five rebounds, and four assists in 34 minutes during Friday's 118-113 victory over the Rockets.
Curry went scoreless in the first half Friday with foul trouble limiting him to just 12 minutes. The latter stages of the game were a different story, however, as he got going on the offensive end with 21 points in the final quarter. The fact the Warriors were even remotely close at the half speaks volumes about their role players and Curry certainly took advantage down the stretch. The victory advances the Warriors to the Conference finals for the fifth straight season where they will face either the Nuggets or the Trail Blazers. Kevin Durant (calf) will likely miss at least the first couple of games meaning Curry will once again need to come out firing as they look to make the NBA Finals once again.
Curry produced 25 points (9-23 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 4-5 FT), six rebounds, and five assists in 44 minutes during Wednesday's 104-99 victory over Houston.
Curry came to life late in Game 5, helping the Warriors to a hard-fought five-point victory over the Rockets. Curry continues to struggle from the three-point line, managing just 3-of-11 from that range during the win. Kevin Durant (calf) is a chance to miss at least Game 6 and if that is the case, Curry is going to have to increase his overall production. Perhaps the extra pressure will bring out the best in Curry who is yet to put any sort of stamp on these playoffs.
Curry had 30 points (12-25 FG, 4-14 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight assists, four rebounds, and one steal in 43 minutes during Monday's 112-108 loss to Houston.
Curry had a better night Monday, ending with 30 points on 12-of-25 shooting. On what was a solid performance on the surface, he did manage just two three-pointers despite attempting 14. He also got to the free-throw line just two times, both of these factors contributing to the loss. He will no doubt keep shooting the ball and will almost certainly find his range in the near future. If the Warriors are to maintain homecourt advantage, the hope will be that he turns things around in just 48 hours, with Game 5 just around the corner.
Curry tallied 17 points (7-23 FG, 2-9 3Pt, 1-3 FT), four assists, three rebounds, and two steals in 45 minutes during Saturday's 126-121 loss to Houston.
Curry ended Saturday's Game 3 loss with just 17 points on 7-of-23 shooting. After putting together a strong first-round series, Curry has struggled across all three games against the Rockets. He is averaging just 18.3 points including 2.7 triples in the series, a far cry from what fans would have expected in such a marquee matchup. Lingering ankle and finger injuries could have something to do with it but if that is the case, it is certainly not obvious. He will look to bounce back in Game 4 Monday, hoping to propel the Warriors to a 3-1 series lead.
Curry finished with 20 points (6-16 FG, 3-13 3Pt, 5-5 FT), five assists, three rebounds, two steals, and one block in 33 minutes during Tuesday's 115-109 victory over the Rockets.
Curry ended Tuesday's victory with 20 points on 6-of-16 shooting, perhaps as a result of a finger injury suffered during the first quarter. He appeared to suffer a dislocated finger but checked back in quite quickly and would seem ready to go for Saturday's Game 3. There is a chance the finger swells up and there will almost certainly be an element of pain, both of which could impact his shooting.
Curry (finger) will check back into Tuesday's Game 2 against the Rockets, Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Curry will return to the game with a wrap on his finger, which appeared to be dislocated. It seems unlikely the injury will put his status for Game 3 into jeopardy.
Curry went to the locker room during the first quarter of Tuesday's Game 2 against the Rockets with what seems to be a dislocated finger on his left hand, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports.
Curry should be considered questionable to return. More information may arrive once the medical staff gets an opportunity to check things out.
Curry amassed 18 points (5-12 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 5-5 FT), seven rebounds, four assists, and one steal in 37 minutes during Sunday's 104-100 victory over Houston.
Curry was given the green light Sunday after suffering an ankle injury in Game 6 of their first-round series. He did not appear hampered by the injury but did only attempt 12 field-goals on what was certainly a quiet night for the sharpshooter. There is no word of a flare up and as of right now it would appear as though he will be good to go Tuesday for Game 2.
Curry (ankle) has been cleared to play Sunday against Houston, Mark Medina of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The Warriors guaranteed themselves they'll have at least half of the Splash Brothers on Saturday against the Rockets, as Klay Thompson (ankle) will go through warmups before a decision is made regarding his availability. Curry is coming off a Round 1 victory over the LA Clippers in which he averaged 24.7 points, 6.7 rebounds and 5.2 assists. In two regular season home games against Houston, he averaged 30.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists.
Curry (ankle) is listed as questionable for Game 1 on Sunday, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Curry, who played 38 minutes Friday against the Clippers, noticeably struggled at some points after rolling his ankle. While his workload and post game statements indicate that he's fine, Curry's listed as questionable going into Sunday and could see a reduced workload if the pain doesn't subside.
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