If this Stephen Curry persists, the Golden State Warriors may just be a playoff team.
In another extraordinary performance, the former MVP led the Warriors to defeat the Los Angeles Clippers 115-110 on Friday, raising the team’s record to 5-4.
With three minutes left in the third quarter, Curry almost single-handedly eliminated the 85-63 deficit, scoring or assisting 16 of the Warriors’ next 18 points. Then he started doing things like this in the fourth quarter:
He eventually scored 38 points and 11 assists, and defeated George George with a dagger, keeping his final best result:
For the warriors, the explosion of curry is not just a gratifying sight. This is the only way they can win this year:
When Stephen got 30+, the Warriors are now 5-0. When he doesn̵7;t have 0-4
— Sam esfandiari (@samesfandiari) January 9, 2021
Are the Clippers bothered by bubbles?
The Clippers finally ended the game with a score of 52-20 after taking a 22-point lead. You can almost hear the snickers of NBA Twitter from here.
Numerous NBA fans turned their attention to the bragging main force, and naturally came to the conclusion of “same as the Clippers”, and in the memory of the Denver Nuggets’ return of the 3-1 lead main force, everyone’s memory is still fresh. .
After the Clippers took a 22-point lead at the end of the third quarter:
-Promise 10 mistakes
-19 shot 7 of
-Knocked out 14-7
-Team score 20 points (3 points 3 points)
-Allow Steph Curry to score 18 points (4 three-pointers)
-Andrew Greif (@AndrewGreif) January 9, 2021
Of course, the Clippers this season (with a new head coach and some new players) have scored twice in this season against the Nuggets, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Phoenix Suns and the Portland Trail Blazers. Leading advantage of digits. In fact, this is the first game of the Clippers’ four-game losing streak this season, and they lead by more than two points at any time.
But this is how the Clippers playoffs, especially the history of the Clippers, and unless the Clippers do something dramatic, the reputation of the Kerr sub-team will not disappear until at least the playoffs.
Many teams have achieved a 20-point lead this year (due to the shortening of the offseason, this is especially a chaotic situation), but the Clippers have to face this familiar narrative.
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