Found April 16, 2013 on Pass The Pill:

The San Antonio Spurs visited the Golden State Warriors on Monday night, just one day after losing a tough game to the Kobe-less Lakers on Sunday in Los Angeles, and the outcome of this game wouldn’t be much different. The Warriors took control over the Spurs, who sat Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Kawhi Leonard, with plays like this from their ace, Steph Curry. Curry had Neal in a situation where I would have just walked off the court. Curry finishes by dropping the jumper and pushing the Warriors’ lead to 21-15 with about 4:00 minutes to go in the first quarter. The Golden State bench liked what they saw as Steph trotted back down the court. This kid is something special. Curry finished the night with 35 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists and Golden State cruised to the win by a score of 116-106 over the western conferences number 2 seed.     The post Steph Curry ties Gary Neal in a knot appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.

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