Stephen Curry 9th Straight Games with 30+ Points and GSW 4th Straight Win

Stephen Curry has been on a tear this season, especially over the last nine games.


His last nine games’ stats demonstrate why he is the greatest scorer of all time.

Starting with a game against the Chicago Bulls in which he played 30 minutes and finished with 32 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists.

Then he extended his 30-point streak by scoring 36 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists against the Miami Heat.

However, he was unable to play against the Raptors due to a recurrence of a tailbone injury.

He returned the following game against the Atlanta Hawks and finished with 37 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists.

Similarly, he had 41 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Following that, GSW faced the Washington Wizards, and Stephen finished with 32 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists.

He had another 30-point game against the Rockets, finishing with 38 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists.

Stephen continued his hot shooting, dropping 53 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists to lead the Warriors to victory.

As Steph passed Wilt Chamberlain, the night became historic for him.

And become the only warrior in franchise history to score the most points.

He continued his historic night against the Thunder, scoring 42 points, grabbing six rebounds, dishing out eight assists, and hitting 11 three-pointers.

Curry made at least ten 3-pointers in consecutive games for the second time in his career.

In tonight’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Stephen continued his 30-point shooting streak.

Stephen, the star player for GSW, started slowly but finished strong.
Stephen began the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers slowly, scoring only 14 points in the first half.

Even the Warriors got off to a slow start, surrendering an 11-point lead to Cleveland early in the game.

Cleveland eventually took a three-point lead in the first quarter. However, the Warriors came back in the second quarter, scoring 35 points.

The Warriors were up by 11 points going into the third quarter, but Stephen couldn’t get into a rhythm.


But after making the 3-pointer, he quickly followed it up with another on the next possession.

He began to pick up the pace, scoring 12 of his 33 points in the third quarter, as the Warriors took a 10-point lead into the fourth.

Curry scores 33 points as the Warriors defeat the Cavaliers 119-101.
Curry scores 33 points as the Warriors defeat the Cavaliers 119-101. (from
Steph finished the night with his ninth consecutive 30+ point game.

He scored 33 points to lead the Warriors to a 119-101 victory over Cleveland.

The Warriors’ Bench made some Excellent plays

The Warriors started slowly in the first quarter, but they picked up the pace in the second quarter, scoring 35 points.

And extended the Warriors’ lead to 11 points entering the third quarter.

Because Stephen Curry didn’t get going until the third quarter, it was up to other players to make plays to put the Warriors ahead.

With Juan Toscano-career-high Anderson’s 20 points off the bench, the Warriors bench was able to deliver just in time.

They kept the Warriors in the game until Curry was able to find his rhythm and close out the game with a 119-101 victory over Cleveland on Thursday.

“That was a really good win for us,” said head coach Steve Kerr. “We just had to keep going.
We’re on our first four-game winning streak of the season, and we’re in a great mental and spiritual place right now.”

The Warriors’ bench support and great plays on the second night of a back-to-back following Wednesday night’s win in Oklahoma City gave the Warriors their fourth straight win.

As Toscano-Anderson went 8-for-9 with seven rebounds and three assists, Golden State’s bench outscored Cleveland’s first-quarter lead.

Jordan Poole finished with 14 points and four assists, and Damion Lee had 11 points and five rebounds off the bench.

Starter Andrew Wiggins also performed admirably and aided the second and fourth quarter units.

He finished with 23 points, six rebounds, and six assists in 34 minutes of play.

“We’re in a good rhythm, we’re playing together, and the defense is improving,” Wiggins said after helping Cleveland shoot 42.2%. “I think that’s the main thing.”

Juan’s Toscano-performance Anderson’s was Outstanding

While Curry’s scoring continues to impress, other Warriors are not far behind and continue to impress with their performances.

Juan Toscano-Anderson is one such Warrior. Previously, the 27-year-old forward was not in the lineup.

However, since James Wiseman’s injury, he has been given more playing time and has continued to impress.

He provided crucial support to Curry and the Warriors, keeping them in the game.

Even though the Cavaliers (20-35) aren’t the most difficult opponents, Golden State outscored them and won on the second night of a back-to-back on the road.

With the victory, the Warriors clinch the No. 9 seed in the Western Conference.

And are only a half-game behind Memphis for the No. 8 seed? For the first time since March 23, Golden State is back to.500.

“Whenever you have No. 30 on your team, you’re a contender as long as everything else around him is clicking,” Toscano-Anderson said.

We’re stringing together some victories, and I believe we’ll be able to compete for the playoffs.

No team is looking at the playoff standings and thinking, “We want Golden State.”

The Warriors (28-28) have now won five of their last six games heading into Saturday’s game in Boston.

Cleveland is defeated by the Warriors.
Despite winning the first quarter against the GSW, Cleveland was quickly defeated by the Warriors’ bench.

They were unable to find an answer for the hot Warriors’ bench and quickly lost their lead, with the Warriors eventually taking an 11-point lead at the end.

For Cleveland, Collin Sexton scored 30 points, Darius Garland scored 20, and Jarett Allen scored 17.

The next game will be against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday.

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