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With Stephen Curry and the much improved Golden State Warriors coming to town tomorrow night, it’s hard not to think of the possibilities that could have been if Curry were at the helm of the Knicks offense night in and night out. Remember, New York wanted Curry just as bad as Curry wanted New York, but it just wasn’t meant to be. For now, we take you back to the year 2009.
The 2009 NBA Draft was ever so important for the Knicks. With only one season left before superstars like LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Amar’e Stoudemire, Chris Bosh, Joe Johnson, and Carlos Boozer hit the open market, it was a must that the Knicks draft a rookie that could attract the attention of these marquee free agents. So in classic New York Knicks fashion, they selected Jordan Hill with the eighth overall pick. Stephen Curry made it known that he wanted to be nowhere but New York, but was taken one pick ahead of them, changing the direction of their rebuilding process. Let’s take a look at a couple of scenar...
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
The Knicks prevailed against the Golden State Warriors 109-105 last night at MSG. Over the years, the Mecca of Basketball, nestled in Gotham City on 7th avenue between 33rd and 32nd Streets–a bounce pass away from Macy’s and the Empire State Building, has witnessed command performances by NBA royalty. Stephen Curry dropped 54 points, while conjuring up images...
While most of the attention from the Warriors loss to the Pacers was centered on the skirmish between the two teams that resulted in Stephen Curry getting tossed to the hardwood. We don’t want to forget Steph was lighting it up for the Warriors. Curry hit seven threes and scored 38 points. He was 7 out of 10 in three point land.
His shot is perfection. You can hear the ball...
After being tossed like a rag doll twice on national television, the best way to overcome the public embarrassment is by playing lights out the following day.
Stephen Curry was unstoppable yesterday. With his ankle properly secure to his body, Curry couldn’t miss from behind the three-point line last night against the New York Knicks. Curry dropped 54 points, with a total of...
You may have heard about the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors shove match from their game Tuesday night; which basically was nothing to ado about nothing until Stephen Curry wanted in on the action, but was tossed around like a doll. Roy Hibbert made some…..funny comments about Curry in particular via USA Today: “Seriously, [...]The post Roy Hibbert on Stephen Curry...
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.
The Knicks started off hot in this game making momentum-boosting...
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 Indiana Pacers defeated the Golden State Warriors Tuesday night, but the win didn’t come without drama. It started out as a shove match between David Lee and Roy Hibbert, a whistle was called, and the shoving continued. Unbeknownst to any fan, Stephen Curry joined the action and was tossed back and forth like a [...]The post Roy Hibbert Ejected; Stephen Curry Tossed Around...
Hours before Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors dropped 54 points on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, Mike Woodson spoke with the media New York about suffering a major loss. Yes, the Knicks would go on to beat the Warriors, but Woodson’s pre-game defeat focused instead on the left foot of Rasheed Wallace.
His season is likely over. But what about Wallace’s...