Golden State coach Mark Jackson believes Stephen Curry is playing his best basketball, though that effort might go for naught unless the Warriors can return to form defensively.
Golden State takes on two of the highest-scoring teams in the league to open a home-heavy stretch, the first coming against the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night.
Having moved past an early season ankle injury and a concussion that caused him to miss two games last month, Curry is in the midst of a torrid stretch for Golden State (12-10).
Two days after matching a career high with 15 assists in a 108-82 victory at Memphis, Curry finished with a season-high 43 points, five 3-pointers and nine assists in a 115-111 loss at Charlotte on Monday.
The fifth-year guard has averaged 30.1 points while hitting 26 3s in his last seven games. On the season, he's averaging career highs of 23.6 points and 8.9 assists.
''He's been playing at a whole different level,'' Jackson said. ''He's playing and acting like he's...