Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors overcame a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit to win 104-89 Thursday night at the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.
Steph Curry had 40 points, four rebounds, six assists and two steals to lead the Warriors. Half the points came in the fourth quarter to fuel the comeback and solidify Golden State (13-2) status as the best team in the NBA.
ESPN commentator Kendrick Perkins, a former NBA player, spoke of Curry’s extraordinary talent on “NBA Today”. Host Malika Andrews asked for her reaction to Steph Curry’s impressive performances this season, and Perkins said this:
âI can’t argue with him. Steph Curry is the best player in the world. I mean, look, the point guard’s position, the way he’s dominating. I’m not just talking about scoring, we’re talking about a career high right now in the rebounds. So he gets it in the trenches. “
Analyst Zach Lowe has said Curry is unique in the NBA.
âIs Steph the best player in the NBA? Maybe. But that says a lot about how good these guys are. That tomorrow night we could ask if Kevin Durant or Giannis Antetokounmpo is the best player in the league. . He is the most unique. There is no one who likes him, and there will probably never be anyone like him. “
Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors vs. the Cavaliers
Steph Curry was the key to the Golden State Warriors’ victory on Thursday night. Curry recorded 40 points in 35 minutes and dominated the game.
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The team had an excellent fourth quarter on the start of the school year. The Warriors outscored the Cavaliers 36-8, propelled by 20 points from Steph Curry. It was one for the books as Curry recorded his 36th career 20-point quarterback in the fourth quarter.