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NBA Twitter reacts to Steph Curry’s 37 point performance in the Warriors win over the Nets

When the Golden State Warriors met the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday, all eyes were on Steph Curry and Kevin Durant.

Along with holding the top two spots on the NBA leaderboard in scoring, both Curry and Durant are coming off Western and Eastern Conference Player of the Week awards.

In a primetime battle, Curry quickly answered the bell. The two-time former Most Valuable Player went to work in the opening frame, scoring 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting from the field to go along with two assists and two steals. Curry caught fire from deep to start the game, drilling four 3-pointers in the first quarter.

Curry stayed hot from beyond the arc throughout the game, recording nine 3-pointers on 9-of-14 shooting from long distance. A flurry of Curry’s triples came from near the logo in Brooklyn.

Via @HoHighlights on Twitter:

While helping lead the Warriors to a 117-99 win

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Dubs’ Steph Curry, Brother Seth Net Unreal NBA Scoring Feat


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Steph Curry squaring off with his brother, Steph Curry, in the 2019 NBA playoffs.

The Curry brothers continue to set the standard for family accomplishments in the modern NBA.

The 2021-22 season is only a few games old, but already Steph Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, and Seth Curry, of the Philadelphia 76ers, have set a ridiculous league-wide scoring mark.

The official SportsCenter Twitter account posted details of the feat on Sunday, October 24.

“The two highest scoring quarters of the season so far belong to the Curry brothers 💦,” the post said.

Steph Curry put up 25 points in the 1st quarter of the Warriors’ second game of the season against the Los Angeles Clippers, while Seth Curry dropped in 23 points in the first quarter Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder.


Curry Played Perfect Offensive Quarter Against Clippers

Steph Curry personified

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Ja Morant, Grizzlies hold off Steph Curry, Warriors in OT thriller for No. 8 seed in Western Conference

Maybe it was a good sign Ja Morant made his first two 3-pointers. After his third in the third quarter, he lifted his finger to shush the crowd at Chase Center.

The Memphis Grizzlies didn’t play scared of facing elimination Friday. They came out bold to match the Golden State Warriors not wanting to lose at home. Morant matched Stephen Curry with his shooting.

It took overtime to decide things and Morant rose up for a floater with 4.5 seconds left. He made it and furiously bobbed his head in celebration while Dillon Brooks embraced him.

Fans started to leave and the Grizzlies won 117-112 to end a four-year playoff drought and advance as the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.

A 10-point Grizzlies fourth-quarter lead faded on Warriors free throws and questionable decisions. A foul on Desmond Bane went unchallenged by the Grizzlies despite Jordan Poole kicking

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NBA World Reacts To Steph Curry’s Insane Performance

Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry warms up.

Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry warms up.

Sunday’s regular season finale between the Golden State Warriors and the Memphis Grizzlies quickly turned into the Steph Curry show late in the fourth quarter, as the 33-year-old sharpshooter closed out his team’s campaign on a high note.

With the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference on the line, Curry’s Warriors held off a late run from Dillon Brooks and the Grizzlies to snag the 113-101 victory. The win clinched the 8-seed for Golden State and sent Memphis back home for a date with the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday in the first game of the play-in tournament.

Curry proved to be the Warriors guiding light on Sunday, scoring 31 second half points to lock up the win. Two of his career-high 22 three-point attempts came in the final two minutes and proved to be daggers to the Grizzlies comeback.

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