The Golden State Warriors are still undefeated, thanks to Steph Curry. They have beaten both the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers, which had not been done in the last 2 seasons.
The Warriors have more depth now and the players are more healthy than before. Overall, they just have more skill.
There is still a long way to go before the Warriors can consider themselves to be true NBA title contenders. This is perfectly displayed during their 115-113 win over the Clippers in the Warriors’ home-opener Thursday night at Chase Center.
They had a great start but later squandered an 18-pt lead in the second quarter.
The Warriors came up big in the final 5 minutes of the game. Damion Lee hit 2 clutch 3-pointers for the Warriors and Steph Curry danced away towards the basket for a spinning layup. Steph Curry later hit a monster 3-pter and another. Lee and Draymond Green managed to lock on to Paul George while defender and that was all.
Steph Curry Is Back In Form For The Golden State Warriors
Steph Curry scored 21 points against the LA Lakers, he managed to drop 25pts in the first quarter itself. He did it in a perfect 9-for-9 shooting which included a 5-from-5 from a 3-pointer range. Steph Curry added that to one block, one steal, one assist, and two rebounds in that same period.
Curry managed to score three points in the second quarter but found his rhythm again in the second half of the game. Steph Curry hit 2 clutch 3-pointers in the final minutes of the game.
He finished the night with his 50th-career 40-point game, putting up 45 points on 16-of-25 shooting, including eight 3-pointers.