Warriors stay on the heels of Houston thanks to curry
The Golden State Warriors remain unbeaten after the All-Star break. A superstar makes the difference against the Brooklyn Nets.
The Golden State Warriors have extended their winning streak after the all-star break against Brooklyn Nets to six victories.
Despite an unfamiliar break-in in the second quarter, the 114:101 champion had no problems with the basement kid.
Point Guard Steph Curry, who scored 34 points for the Nets in 34 minutes and scored six three-point throws, was an outstanding player on the floor despite a shattered right ankle. In addition, the two-time MVP took three steals.
At his gala, Curry even wrote franchise history:”After Wilt Chamberlain, Rick Barry, Chris Mullin, Paul Arizin, Jeff Mullins and Nate Thurmond, the Point Guard is only the seventh player in Warriors history with more than 5,000 transformed field throws.
Already in the first quarter the Warriors seemed to provide clear conditions after a 25:0 run. But the Nets returned in the second round, which they won 34:13, and even went back to the cabin with a 53:48 lead.
After that, however, the house high favorite caught up with him and didn’t show any nakedness.
The success of the Warriors keeps Houston on the heels of the Western Conference’s runners-up (table of the NBA)
Brooklyn’s still stuck in the Eastern Conference repository.