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NBA Twitter reacts to Steph Curry’s 33 point performance during Warriors’ win vs. Clippers

Carrying a six-game win streak, the Golden State Warriors made the trip to Hollywood for a matinee contest against the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday afternoon.

After a slow start in the first quarter that resulted in a flurry of turnovers, the Warriors closed the gap against the Clippers in the second quarter to steal a two-point advantage heading into the locker room. After building on their small lead in the third quarter, the Warriors closed the door on the Clippers in the final frame behind an explosive performance from Steph Curry.

Golden State’s Most Valuable Player candidate dropped a game-high 33 points on 12-of-22 shooting from the field. Curry got hot after receiving a technical foul, scoring 13 points in the fourth quarter. The 33-year-old guard hit three of his seven 3-pointers in the final 12 minutes.

Along with a flurry of triples from Curry, the Warriors

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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

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Curry Sets All-Time NBA 3-Point Mark in Warriors Victory


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Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry during a game in 2019.

Steph Curry stands alone.

The Golden State Warriors’ point guard set an all-time NBA record on Friday night, passing Ray Allen for the most 3-point field goals made in a career.

The official SportsCenter Twitter account tweeted out the specifics of the accomplishment following the Dubs’ victory over the Eastern Conference-leading Chicago Bulls on November 12, 2021.

“Steph Curry has passed Ray Allen for the most three pointers made all-time (including playoffs),” the post said. “Curry: 3359+, Allen: 3358.”

Not only did Curry surpass Allen’s all-time made mark from deep on Friday, he did it in mind-shattering style. The Golden State captain required just 774 games to overtake Allen in career 3-pointers made, while Allen set that mark after a total of 1,300 games played across the course of his NBA career.


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Warriors Have Unusual Plan for Rookie Jonathan Kuminga


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Jonathan Kuminga of the G League Ignite during a G-League game against the Westchester Knicks in February.

The Golden State Warriors snagged what many considered a steal in Jonathan Kuminga, with the No. 7 overall pick possessing the potential to bloom into an NBA star.

But his rookie year could look a little unusual, the Warriors revealed this week. The team’s newest coach opened up about the athletic wing, saying the team could experiment with him at some different positions in order to find playing time in what looks to be a crowded rotation. In doing so, Kuminga would be following in the footsteps of one of his veteran teammates.

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