Warriors win 7th straight after fired-up Stephen Curry uses technical foul as motivation to close out Clippers

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors are must-watch television today, and Sunday afternoon was no exception. Curry placed on another extraordinary display screen, ending up with 33 points, 5 rebounds, 6 helps and 6 takes, as he led the Warriors to a 105-90 win over the Los Angeles Clippers. 

With their seventh straight triumph, the Warriors have actually enhanced to a league-best 18-2, and established a face-off with the Phoenix Suns who are on a 16-game winning streak. That’s going to be a lot of enjoyable, however prior to we arrive it deserves taking a better look what Curry did on Sunday. 

Part of the magic of Curry is that you have actually seen his act a thousand times, however you still need to tune in due to the fact that he constantly discovers a method to make it unique. That’s precisely what took place in the 4th quarter versus the Clippers, as Curry utilized a missed out on call and a technical to fire himself up and go on a game-clinching run. 

With simply over 9 minutes staying in the video game, the Warriors went out on a two-on-one fastbreak. Otto Porter blazed a trail and dished off to Curry, who increased to the basket and took a lots of contact from Terrance Mann. The refs weren’t interested, and Curry was definitely livid after not getting the call. 

This had to do with as mad as Curry has actually ever been on the court, however he prevented getting tossed. That was bad news for the Clippers, as he utilized his anger to sustain a ludicrous run a couple of minutes later on. Curry drained pipes 3 3-pointers in the period of 75 seconds to press the Warriors’ result in 18 points and squash the Clippers’ hopes. 

He even appeared to increase the problem level on each succeeding shot, as if checking his own capabilities. First, a deep pull-up from the top of the secret, then one where he went behind the back to shake 2 protectors and drained it off the dribble. And lastly, a full-speed stepback in the corner with numerous protectors in his face. After that a person he even broke out the unusual ironical technical nasty call event. 

“It seemed to get him going,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr stated about Curry’s technical. Whatever it takes. He plainly got fouled. Steph is a man who is so competitive, and when he understands he got fouled, specifically on the play like that in shift where it’s ideal exposed, simple to see, and he does not get the call, from time to time he’s going to snap. Doesn’t do it typically, however when he understands he’s right, the rival in him comes out. He’ll lose his mind a bit, however it typically stimulates him like it carried out in this circumstances.”

Thanks to Curry, the Warriors got their seventh straight win and enhanced to a league-best 18-2 on the season. That establishes a substantial Western Conference face-off versus the Phoenix Suns, who have actually won 16 video games in a row, on Tuesday night. 



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