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As fate would have it, the only thing to slow down Stephen Curry Sunday night were Corey Brewer’s fingernails. Not a left ankle. Not a right ankle. Fingernails.
Curry, bothered since Game 2 with a hobbled left ankle, had to briefly come out of the game in the fourth quarter when Brewer inadvertently scratched him in the eye on a rebound. But by then, the game was well in control for the Curry and the Warriors.
Thanks to an utterly dominant third quarter in which he hit shots from all over the court and maybe even a taco truck on International Boulveard, Curry led the Warriors to an easy 115-101 victory Sunday night to put the Nuggets in a stranglehold in the series with a 3-1 lead.
Curry poured in 31 points (10-of-16 FG’s, 6-of-11 3′s) on the night, but it were his 22 points in the third that electrified the Oracle crowd and put the Nuggets on the ropes. The Warriors entered halftime with a 12-point lead and thanks to Curry extended the advantage to 19 after three.
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The Golden State Warriors have taken a 2-1 lead in their Western Conference quarterfinals series with the Denver Nuggets.
Despite losing David Lee, the Warriors have been further propelled by the inspired play of point guard Stephen Curry.
On Friday, Curry scored 29 points and had 11 rebounds.
This video showcases his ball-handling skills and his soft touch while going to the...
Tweet Stephen Curry has been the breakout star of this season and even more so in the 2013 NBA Playoffs. His young Golden State Warriors have been shocking the league as they now hold a 3-1 lead over the Denver Nuggets in the first round. In game four on Sunday, though, it seemed like Curry [...]
Stephen Curry let his frustrations get the best of him following the Warriors’ 107-100 Game 5 loss to the Nuggets and got into a verbal altercation with a fan as he headed to the locker room. When Curry was asked about the incident he responded with not a bunch of information. Curry heard something the fan said which set him off and he walked back to the fan and exchanged some unpleasantrie...
At the conclusion of game five between the Golden State Warriors and the Denver Nuggets, a dejected group of Warriors players made their way off the court past a cheering crowd at the Pepsi Center.
One Denver fan in particular decided to some harsh words for Warriors guard Stephen Curry and at the twenty second mark of the below clip, you can see Stephen talking to the fan and pointing...
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is officially the best shooter in the NBA today. His flawless shooting stroke combined with his underrated ability to pass make Steph one of the best young point guards in the league. And after dropping 54 on the New York Knicks in Madison Squad Garden earlier this season, on [...]
Stephen Curry shook off a sore left ankle to score 22 of his 31
points in the third quarter, leading the Golden State Warriors past
the Denver Nuggets 115-101 on Sunday night for a commanding 3-1
courtesy of SFGate
Just about a week ago Javale McGee made everybody’s top 10 plays of the week by illustrating his new poster shot featuring Andrew Bogut in Denver. Bogut was probably the butt of all jokes in the locker room after the game. Eight days have past and Andrew took notes from Kevin Durant’s Gatorade commercial when he got his revenge on Dwyane Wade. Well...
Andrew Bogut threw down a nasty facial on JaVale McGee during the first quarter of Game 4 in Golden State on Sunday night. Watch Bogut receive the pass from Steph Curry and take it to the rim for the annihilation on McGee:
You didn’t know that Andrew Bogut was this much of a tough guy, did you? Bogut got busy during Game 4 between the Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets on Sunday. The Warriors big man threw down two awesome dunks in the first quarter. Above, you can see his monster dunk on JaVale McGee. As if jamming on McGee wasn’t enough, he stared down the Denver center. Keep in mind that...
There are flagrant fouls and then there are flagrant fouls… During game five between the Golden State Warriors/Denver Nuggets, Warriors center Andrew Bogut was called for a flagrant one foul when he pushed Denver forward Kenneth Faried in the neck/throat region:
Although it will be the post-game shenanigans that will steal the show, Tuesday night’s Game 5 between the Denver Nugget and Golden State Warriors continued the trend of sensational playoff basketball between the two teams.
Following the game, Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson and star guard Stephen Curry voiced their frustation with the physical play by the Nuggets...