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Last night’s Pacers-Warriors game was festive.
Stephen Curry got things going in the 2nd quarter by breaking George Hill down to the ground. And then later, he showed Tyler Hansbrough his nifty handles before hitting a 3.
But things got really festive when David Lee and Roy Hibbert starte tussling and then the two teams decided to do a little brawling.
Hibbert was ejected, but the Pacers won 108-97.
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BEST OF MAXIM
The Golden State Warriors lost to the New York Knicks 109-105 on Wednesday but no one can say that Stephen Curry didn’t do his part. In the breakout career performance, Curry put up 54 points of offense knocking down 11-of-13 three point attempts.
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UNDER THE BIG LIGHTS
Tweet Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has rebounded quite well from the ankle injuries that plagued him all of 2011-2012. So far this season Curry has played in 54 of the Warriors 58 games and is averaging career highs with 21.9 points per game (eighth in the NBA) and 6.5 assists while knocking [...]
On the biggest stage of basketball, Stephen Curry goes off for a career high 54 points (18 of 28), 11 of 13 from beyond the arc, 7 assists and 6 rebounds in the 4 point loss to the New York Knicks. He is the only player in NBA history to score 50 plus points on 10 plus made threes. Even though the Warriors did not get the result they would have liked, Curry made a huge statement...
Stephen Curry couldn't miss from behind the three point line last night against the Knicks. He dropped 54 points, and a total of 11 three pointers. He did however miss on an attempted high five with teammate Draymond Green. Or just left him hanging, either way. The Knicks still won the game 109-105 despite the unstoppable performance by Curry. Doesn't say much for...
Curry Cooks MSG
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His shot is perfection. You can hear the ball...
The Knicks were able to get a much-needed win in what was perhaps the most entertaining game of the 2012-2013 NBA Season. Despite a career-high scoring performance from Stephen Curry with 54 on 18-28 shooting (11-13 from three), The Knicks proved that team basketball and big stops in critical situations can get it done.
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Post Game Recap
Final Score: Warriors: 105 Knicks: 109
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