Steph Curry drops his 10th straight 30 plus points game as The Warriors defeat the 76ers!

What a night it was at the Fargo Center, with the Philadelphia Sixers and Golden State Warriors facing off.

Steph Curry, who had just been named Conference Player of the Week the night before.
He’s on a roll right now, and he’s not slowing down any time soon.

BOTH TEAMS PLAYED HEAD-ON AGAINST EACH OTHER, WITH GSW COMING OUT ON TOP 107-96 OVER THE 76ERS.

The game had a fantastic first half, with both teams tying in both quarters and the Curry Brothers duking it out.

As he loses his eleventh straight game with at least 30 points to beat his brother’s side.

Curry brothers battled it out in the 1st half!

GSW vs. Philadelphia Not only does it imply a showdown between two of the best players in the world, Joel Embid and Stephen Curry. But it also means a fight between Steph and Seth Curry, the Curry brothers.

Steph and Seth Curry
Source: The Mercury News

As they face each other, Steph’s brother-in-law Damion Lee stands by her side.

TONIGHT WAS ALL CURRY FAMILY SHOW FOR THE FIRST HALF, WITH ALL THREE PLAYERS GETTING HUGE BUCKETS.

Outside of the court, the two brothers are extremely close and often show their brotherly love before games. Within the court, however, they show their fierce rivalry by shooting buckets over each other and playing defense, among other things.

In the first half, both brothers were giving each other a hard time by making 3 point shots on each other. In the first half, Stephen had 20 points and Seth had 15 points. Damion Lee put on a great performance as well, shooting 5-5 from the field and scoring 12 points in 15 minutes.

Steph Curry drops 10th straight 30 plus points game for the Warriors

He continued his run of scoring over 30 points in this game as well, making it his eleventh consecutive game with at least 30 points.

GSW and Stephen got off to a slow start in the first period, going scoreless for about four minutes. With just over 5 minutes remaining in the quarter, they were only down 6-16.

Steph Curry vs Philadelphia Sixers
Source: Warriors Wire – USA Today

BUT THEN STEPH HIT THREE-POINTERS IN A ROW, CUTTING THE LEAD TO FOUR POINTS.

He never looked back after that. He finished the first half with 20 points, fired up. In the second period, he also scored a game-tying buzzer-beater. Stephen Curry continued to score and make great baskets in the second half, finishing the game with 49 points.

He scored all of his 29 points in the second half, including the game’s tenth three-pointer, to help the Sixers beat the top-seeded Philadelphia 76ers. He broke Kobe Bryant’s record for consecutive 30-point games by a player aged 33 or older on his way to the victory.

Steph’s fifth 40-point game of the month is the most in NBA history for a player over the age of 33. He has averaged 43.7 points per game over the last six weeks, shooting 56.6 percent from the field and averaging 31.4 points per game overall.

NOW HE HAS PASSED THE BRADLEY BEAL AS THE LEAGUE’S NEW SCORING LEADER.

He’s also setting three-point shooting records, demonstrating why he’s the best three-point shooter in the league. This season, Steph has six games with ten or more threes, while no other player has more than five in their career. In reality, he has made 72 three-pointers in his last ten games, including 36 last week, which is more than five teams.

Curry’s Greatness admired by the NBA world

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Stephen has left a lasting impact on the NBA ever since he first entered the league. His rise from underdog to two-time MVP and three-time NBA champion exemplifies what a great player he is. With his crazy shooting, playmaking, and other skills, he has essentially changed the game of basketball. His legacy seems to be unstoppable, as he continues to play at an elite level as a 12-year-old veteran this season.

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He continues to set and break NBA records, as evidenced by his performance against No. 1 Philadelphia tonight.

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His coach, teammates, players, and fans showered him with applause and appreciation. As the NBA experienced greatness once again, Twitter exploded with praise for the former MVP.

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