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The Golden State Warriors continue to dominate the Denver Nuggets in the first down Playoff series after winning the second game in San Fransico. The Dubs have now taken a 2-0 lead in the series as they defeated Nuggets 126-106. This Warriors victory, like many others, was led by Steph Curry who scored 34 points coming off the bench as he played just 23 minutes. 

The two-time MVP also added three rebounds and four assists while shooting 12-17 from the field and 5-10 from the deep. Other Warriors like Jordan Poole and Klay Thompson also had great games as they put up 29 and 21 points respectively. 

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After the match, Steph Curry talked about his performance and said, “The first half a little pep in my step and the body felt good, I was able to kind of get to some spots," Curry said. "When you make certain shots it feels a little different, it feels a little bit more normal and more emotion kind of comes out, especially with that layoff, so it was a nice feeling.

Similarly, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr also praised his star guard for his performance.  "It didn't surprise me because we've been watching this for a long time with Steph," Kerr said. "You never really are surprised when he has an outburst like that. It's great to see." 

Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone also talked about Curry’s impact on the game. He opined, “That's two games in a row where you're in the game, then snap off the finger you're out of the game, and it just seems like it happens that quickly. So I think it's just frustration.”