OAKLAND, California — Steph Curry scored 32 points and dished out nine assists on Monday night as the Golden State Warriors beat the Nuggets 124-114.
“I didn’t think he played that well, but this is Steph Curry. On a night when he’s not maybe at his best, he’s still dominating the game in parts,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “He hit the big shots during that stretch.”
Klay Thompson finsihed with 19 while Draymond Green added a season-high 23 points and 10 assists in the defending NBA champions’ fifth straight victory.
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Nikola Jokic recorded his first triple-double of the season with 22 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists. Four players scored 20 points or more for the Nuggets. Gary Harris scored 22 points, Jamal Murray and Trey Lyles had 21 apiece.
STEPH CURRY ES EN FUEGO
Steph Curry continues his dominance as one of the games most lethal all-around threats in NBA history. The two-time MVP has scored 29 or more points in seven straight games. This marked his 12th 30-point game of the season with 30 points and nine assists. Since returning from an 11-game absence due to a sprained right ankle, Curry has now posted totals of 38, 32, 29, 45 and 30 points scored. That’s an average of 34.8 points per contest.
Written by Andrew Mitchell for Woodlawn Post Sports