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Stephen Curry needs to take better care of the basketball, according to Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson.
Curry, the Warriors' star point guard, enters Monday's contest against the 76ers averaging a whopping 6.3 turnovers per game -- the highest mark in the NBA.
Although he has emerged as Golden State's best player and one of the top young guards in the NBA, Curry has been committing turnovers at an "unacceptable" level, according to Jackson.
"He understands that he has to be better," Jackson said, according to CSNBayArea.com. "He understands that if we are going to achieve our vision, he's got to take care of the basketball."
Curry, 25, is averaging 23.3 points and 9.0 assists -- both team highs -- through the Warriors' first three games this season.
But two days after committing a career-high 11 turnovers in a loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, Curry turned the ball over seven times in Saturday's win over the Sacram...
BEST OF MAXIM
Andre Iguodala is having a career night in his old home, Philadelphia, tonight, as he continues to torture the 76ers in every way imaginable.We brought you a video earlier from the 1st quarter that featured Iggy catching a halfcourt lob from Stephen Curry. Now we have this video of Curry throwing David Lee the sickest pass I’ve seen all season (granted it’s been a week).
The Golden State Warriors made quite the opening statement against the Los Angeles Lakers, crushing them (125-94) without their franchise shooting guard, Kobe Bryant. After demolishing a worthy western contender, the Warriors lost to the Lakers’ friendly counterpart, the L.A. Clippers (115-126). After a heartbreaking loss to “Lob city”, the “Dubs” then focused their redemption...
This edition of “Fo’ with the Foes” – Philadunkia’s advanced scouting series which with the help of an accomplished journalist from around the NBA beat or blog world, previews key upcoming 76ers games – features tonight’s opponent, the Steph Curry led Golden State Warriors who all of “experts” believe are ready for a breakout season.
After the jump, I’ll look...
Andre Iguodala was playing out of his mind against his former team the Philadelphia 76ers Monday night. Iggy finished with 32 points (7-of-11 from 3) and three assists including this beautiful dime to David Lee during the second quarter.
Seems the Warriors offseason addition of Iguodala is paying off mightily already.
The Golden State Warriors fans have been waiting for Harrison Barnes to make his sophomore season debut. After helping to lead his team to a playoff run his rookie year, Barnes has been sidelined since the last four preseason games due to inflammation in his left foot. He participated in Monday mornings shootaround in Philadelphia, but is not likely to play in Monday night’s game...
In Andre Iguodala’s first three games with the Golden State Warriors this season, he had been relatively quiet. He had amassed only 26 points for the season, though he did have a double-double to his name. However, he had a coming out party on Monday night against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Iguodala finished the night with 32 points, three assists...
We’ve posted some insane behind-the-back assists over the years but this dish by Golden State’s Andre Iguodala tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers deserves special recognition.
The assist happened in the second quarter of play and watch as Andre make it work to teammate David Lee:
Andre Iguodala image courtesy of Getty Images
Golden State gave the previously unbeaten 76ers a good ‘ole whooping tonight.
Andre Iguodala led the way with 32 points, but it was this one pass that stole the show:
That assist is one of the best passes you’ll see anywhere.
Andre Iguodala made a career-high seven 3-pointers and scored 32
points, Stephen Curry had 18 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds,
and the Golden State Warriors handed the Philadelphia 76ers their
first loss of the season, 110-90 on Monday night.
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With rookie Michael Carter-Williams leading the way, the unbeaten Philadelphia 76ers have been the biggest surprise in the NBA in the early going.
They'll face yet another tough test with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson coming to town.
On the verge of their best start in 13 seasons, the 76ers go for a sixth consecutive home victory over the Golden State Warriors on Monday night...