The Warriors led by Stephen Curry defeated the Wizards.
The Golden State Warriors, led by Stephen Curry, beat the Washington Wizards 126-112, where Curry scored 47 points on his birthday.
The 34-year-old Steve celebrated his birthday in great style after scoring a lot of points after a long time. Curry has been battling through some parts of this season but is now slowly returning to his original spirit just in time for the playoffs.
He shot 16/25 from the field and also made 7 three-pointers in the game which saw the return of his co-star Dremond Green. Following this win, the Golden State Warriors have now improved their record to 47-22 and are firmly in the 6th pick in the West.
Clay Thompson also continues to shine as he scores 20 points like Jordan Poole and both have been playing well lately as the Warriors continue their push towards another championship.
The Golden State Warriors have now won 4 games in a row and they look scary again as their squad is getting better day by day and they will be in the best team in the league during the playoffs.
Stephen Curry surprised young fans at the stand after his crying clip as the two-time MVP was rested went viral.
Stephen Curry surprised a young fan with a game ticket and went to see him at the stand, when he cried in another game three days ago to find out that Curry had rested.At the Golden State Warriors’ game against the Denver Nuggets on Monday, holding a colorful sign reading “Go Warriors! MVP Steve Curry”, 10-year-old PJ O’Brien cried because he knew Curry had been rested.
For his birthday, he received a Warriors ticket to the Nuggets game, originally scheduled for December 30, but was later postponed due to an outbreak of Kovid-19 at Nuggets Camp. Then, he was devastated to learn that he would not be playing his favorite player in the rescheduled game.
Stephen Curry Drive against the Austin River in Denver Nuggets.
The moment was captured on camera, tweeted by the Warriors and went viral. The Warriors responded by providing tickets for the young fan and his family for their next game, also against the Nuggets three days later.
She cried again, this time with joy, as Curry met her at the stand before the game on Thursday. He talked to her, signed her poster and took pictures.
“That’s the way it is with the NBA,” Curry said in an interview after the game. “Our fans are everything. I told her I appreciate the support and love. I know she was upset on Monday, and we made it for her.”
Not to be outdone, Nuggets also gave him an MVP jersey.
To cap on his evening, Curry scored 34 points, leading the Warriors to an 113-102 victory over the Nuggets. He also crossed a total of 20,000 points in his career, becoming the 49th NBA player to reach this milestone.
Stephen Curry drove against Monte Morris of Denver Nuggets in the first half.
After witnessing the Warriors’ defeat on Monday, O’Brien was delighted to see his team win, as they reversed a nine-point deficit at the break to win by 11 points.
It was their first win of the season against the Nuggets after three defeats, and the Memphis have seen the Grizzlies push for second place in the Western Conference.
The Warriors will now return to San Francisco where they will host the Milwaukee Box on Saturday.Stephen Curry of the Warriors spoke on behalf of the Lakers’ Russell Westbrook: ‘I respect how he has managed all year.’
Stephen Curry of the Warriors spoke on behalf of the Lakers’ Russell Westbrook: ‘I respect how he has managed all year.’
Stephen Curry also said that he is “proud of the way he’s conducting himself, and I’m there for him’
Russell Westbrook is not exactly the most popular person in the world of the Los Angeles Lakers. In the last week, CBS Sports has published the following stories about him:
- Russell Westbrook, Lakers have ‘mutual interest’ in finding point guard a new team this offseason, per report
- Magic Johnson: Russell Westbrook trade could go down as ‘worst’ in Lakers history if they don’t make playoffs
- Lakers want Russell Westbrook demoted to bench yet so far Frank Vogel has resisted, per report
- Lakers’ Russell Westbrook sounds as vulnerable as you’ll ever hear him as he addresses ‘shaming’ of his name
- Lakers’ coaches pushed for Russell Westbrook trade at deadline, per report
- Russell Westbrook learns what it’s like to play in LeBron James’ world as Lakers season goes sideways
Westbrook is having a nightmare season for a 28-37 Lakers team that has been flailing since precision. After losing in San Antonio on Monday, he said he could “no longer allow people” to call him “Westbrook” because it “shames my name, my legacy for my children.”
Westbrook added, “It’s gotten so bad where my family doesn’t want to go to any games, even home games, because the media around the world constantly use their platform to give me shame, embarrassment, shame.”
Two days earlier, when the Golden State Warriors visited Los Angeles, Stephen Curry personally offered some assistance to Westbrook. And since then, Curry has spoken publicly for him through Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes.