Amidst Golden State Warriors’ topsy-turvy season, Steph Curry made an incredible return from injury as he single-handed carried the Dubs to an overtime win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Curry dropped a quick-fire 22 in the fourth quarter and overtime while also having a match-tying block to help register a 125-118 win at the Chase Centre.
The game, from the opening tip, was on knife’s edge as both the Warriors and Bucks were neck and neck for every possession. Both teams were level on points the at five-minute mark in the 4th quarter, when the Bucks managed to string up some quick points and take a sudden eight-point lead.
Here Steph Curry went off and hit four big three-pointers and then at end of regulation blocked away a charging Jru Holiday to force extra time. Chef Curry then scored seven more points in OT and secured Golden State’s seventh straight home win. Along with his 36 points, Curry had six rebounds, four assists, two steals and one block.
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After the game, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was highly impressed by Steph Curry’s return from injury and his team’s performance at the Chase Centre. The former Chicago Bulls guard praised Curry and also complimented the team for being ‘solid’ throughout the game.
“The verticality at the rim, pretty impressive,” coach Steve Kerr said addressing Steph Curry's late block.“I loved this game. I thought we competed the entire time,” he further added. “I thought we were really solid for most of the night.”
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