At the Chase Center on Saturday night, the Golden State Warriors (35-33) dominated the Milwaukee Bucks (48-19) in overtime. Thanks to a legendary effort from Stephen Curry, who finished the game with 36 points.
We should give all the praise to Stephen Curry, who is 34 years old, for the performance he put on in the closing minutes of the 116-125 victory for Golden State. He forced overtime by blocking Jrue Holiday before scoring a late deep shot to tie the game. Curry made another three-pointer in overtime to seal the victory.
The Warriors salvaged a split with the top team in the Eastern Conference in their two-game season series. Concluded the game with Donte DiVincenzo scoring 20, Klay Thompson scoring 22, and JaMychal Green scoring a season-high 18. Also Read: Milwaukee Bucks vs Golden State Warriors Final Injury Report date – 11/03/2023: Are Giannis Antetokounmpo and Goran Dragic Playing against Golden State Warriors Tonight?
For Milwaukee, which was looking for its third straight victory after they forced Giannis Antetokounmpo to leave the lineup due to an injured right hand, Brook Lopez and Khris Middleton both scored 19 points in a balanced attack.
Stephen Curry did it again for The Dubs
Stephen Curry hasn’t displayed any signs of missing a beat at all. The star player for the Golden State Warriors has merely continued where he left off since making a full recovery from his injury.
Stephen Curry has been turning up some fantastic performances despite the Warriors’ 1-3 record since Steph’s comeback. Curry averaged over 25 points each game while losing to OKC, but he still put up an astounding 40 points.
But it’s much better to have 36 points against the Bucks. Curry has rekindled some of the Warriors’ zeal as they move up the Western Conference standings with a much-needed victory under their belt. Also Read: Memphis Grizzlies Vs Dallas Mavericks Final Injury Report Date–11/03/2023: Are Luka Doncic And Kyrie Irving Playing Against Memphis Grizzlies Tonight?
The Warriors are a true paradox with a remarkable seven-game winning streak at home. And an equally appalling eight-game losing record away from home. The Dubs will be hoping to switch gears on the road soon. Because they followed their next game with a taxing five-game road trip.
It goes without saying that Stephen Curry gave a tremendous performance. The Dubs have also recorded their first victory since his return. As he has gradually found his rhythm following his injury.
Lisa Salters of ESPN interviewed Stephen Curry after the game. After a hard 43 minutes of play, Salters inquired about Curry’s condition, and the guard responded with a funny statement:
“Oh, I’m great. I’m just getting old.”
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