Curry help Warriors in victory over kings

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With a season-high of 47 points in a game, Stephen Curry’s Golden State Warriors claim victory over the Kings.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry helped his side claim victory over Sacramento Kings on Monday night.

Golden State Warriors finished the game 116 as Curry finished the match with a game-high and season-high 47 points

Coming off a five-game losing streak, the Warriors considered this to be as close to a must-win game as possible this early in the season.

Their win largely came down to the latest Curry takeover, in addition to some timely 3-pointers by Andrew Wiggins down the stretch.

According to Elias, the guard is the first player to record such a stat line and has no turnovers since turnovers were first tracked in 1977-78.

“It was very Game 4 of the NBA Finals to me. He just wasn’t going to allow us to lose,” Draymond Green said. “Take that with a grain of salt because I’m not saying this game was as important. But you know when to get out of the way. It was one of those times where he was taking over.”

Golden State has desperately needed Curry’s dominance through the early portion of the season as they navigate defensive struggles and an unproductive bench. But Curry insists the weight he carries for his team is not a burden.

“We have to understand that (the young players) are all going to get an opportunity to perform, and there are going to be some struggles — some real high highs, and some real low lows,” Curry said.

“That’s the story of this team. As vets, you understand every year is a little different and you are ready for that challenge. For these young guys to try and find themselves in this league and also a specific role, it’s challenging.”





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