Steph Curry: Biggest point loss of his career against the Celtics


A game out of… a nightmare they had Warriors against the Celticswith the 140-88 loss being the worse in his career Steph Curry in the NBA after that vs Bucks on Christmas 2020, by a score of 138-99.

The game in Milwaukee had not, of course, escaped from halftime unlike last night, when Boston set a record in its history going into the break with 44 points difference (82-38). This forced Steve Kerr to throw in the towel, “parking” the starters on the bench, with Steph Curry ending the game with 4 points and 0/9 three-pointers in his worst harvest this season.

“They are the best team in the league at the moment and they are playing accordingly. We have to give them credit. They came out and burst upon us from the jambolt. It was one of those perfect storms on a bad day for us.” said Curry, with Golden State having only one scorer in double figures, Moses Moody with 11 points.

“They made 10 3-pointers in the first quarter, that’s what we usually did against teams. It’s kind of discouraging, especially away from home, when they take a shot that we’re used to giving.”added the two-time MVP, who airballed back-to-back shots from the 3-point line as the Celtics shot 62.5 percent and set the stage for a wild performance.

The Steve Kerr and Draymond Green they later admitted that they tried a different approach to their defensive operation by letting him go free on the three-pointer Jaylen Brown. “We decided it 15 minutes before we left the locker room. I think it was fun to try it. It didn’t work. We’re moving on” said the 34-year-old forward/center, with Brown commenting sarcastically on the Warriors’ decision: “More teams should have this strategy».

Source: Sport Fm

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