The Golden State Warriors were in desperate need of a win on Saturday night.
They had lost three straight games heading into a tough matchup with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Golden State trailed by eight points with just under two minutes left in the game.
That is when Stephen Curry took over the game.
Curry scored the next 11 points for the Warriors and forced the game into overtime.
He even had a huge block, that shut down the Bucks’ chance to win the game.
Watch Steph completely take over the final two minutes of regulation to send the game to OT 👀 pic.twitter.com/VQ9B2U4V58
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) March 12, 2023
Curry’s elite scoring ability allows him to take over a game at a moment’s notice.
The moment is never too big for him and he understood this was a game the Warriors needed.
One for the ages. Appreciated every time he goes all superhero.
— John Allan 🇺🇸🌺 (@JohnFAllan) March 12, 2023
Watching Curry take over a game never gets old for Warriors fans.
He has done it for so many years that you just have to be in awe every time you see it.
this is pure art
— forthewinners (@ForTheWinnners) March 12, 2023
Curry continues to make his case as one of the top players of all time whenever he steps on the floor.
He must continue to have performances like this one to carry the Warriors into the playoffs.
Baby faced assassin.
— Kenny (@heyyouask) March 12, 2023
Golden State currently sits with a record of 35-33, which is good enough for sixth place in the Western Conference.
Even though it has been an inconsistent year for the Warriors, no team wants to see them in the postseason.
CLUTCH. BEST PLAYER IN THE WORLD. TOP 5 ALL TIME.
— GARY IS HOME 💘 (@thirstyfor30_) March 12, 2023
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