That’s what makes Curry so dangerous and scary: he’s just so hard to stop.
Curry and his team weren’t able to pull out a win on Tuesday night against the Miami Heat but Curry did show his patented three-point ability.
— Overtime (@overtime) November 2, 2022
In the third quarter, Curry sank a wonderful three-pointer that was from nearly the center of the court.
It was incredible because it put the team up by seven points and it was also amazing because Curry made it look so easy.
Despite this shot and other great moments, the Warriors still fell under the weight of the Heat, who now share the exact same record as Golden State.
Best Of The West?
The season is long and there are many games ahead of them but, right now, the 3-5 Warriors aren’t looking like champions.
Curry is doing quite well with an average of 30 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 6.5 assists a game but the rest of the team isn’t able to keep up with him.
Andrew Wiggins is the second-best player on the team right now, with his 17.8 points, 6 rebounds, and 2.9 assists.
The team still has plenty of time and head coach Steve Kerr is well aware of the struggles the team has.
If the Warriors are able to get it together and bounce back, it wouldn’t be the first time they came back after adversity.
Warriors fans shouldn’t be panicking just yet.