“He puts on a great show every single night”: Warrior’s HC Steve Kerr hails Stephen Curry’s spectacular’ 50-point display vs Clippers

Following the incredible 50-point outburst from Stephen Curry against the Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr gushed over their star player, adding that he “puts on a terrific show every single night.”

Wednesday’s game between the Warriors and the Clippers ended with a score of 134-126, with the Warriors coming out on the losing end.

The Los Angeles Clippers (37-33) grabbed four consecutive wins to move into fifth place in the Western Conference. On the contrary, the Golden State Warriors (36-34) had to digest their 27th defeat out of 34 games, the most by a defending NBA champion in the league’s history and is currently one place behind the Clippers.

How did Steve Kerr praise the heroic performance of Stephen Curry?

Though the Warriors coach was disappointed with another defeat, he was mesmerized by Curry’s magnificent performance. Comparing Curry to a baseball pitcher throwing a no-hitter, Steve Carr raved postgame about their veteran point guard.

“It’s like one of the guys throwing a no-hitter. You just leave him alone., let him seat in the dugout in between innings and don’t say anything to him. It was stunning watching that show tonight, watching some of the shot-making, the playmaking,” the Warriors’ head coach stated.

“We’re so lucky on so many levels to coach and to play with Steph, our fans being able to watch Steph. He puts on a great show every single night, but this ranks right up there with some of the great individual performances that I’ve ever seen.”

The fact that the Clippers took 16 offensive rebounds and had a 27-11 advantage in points scored off of second chances was the most significant reason that contributed to the Warriors losing the game, as stated by their head coach.

Stephen Curry also seemed pleased with his performance, as he mentioned after the game that it makes him happy whenever he plays well and shoots well, and he also remarked that he wants to continue this performance every night.

The Golden State Warriors point guard got two rebounds, six assists, and two steals (20 out of 28), made eight 3-pointers on 71.4% shooting, and tied a season-high in points with the 12th 50-point game of his remarkable 14-year career.

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The Clippers defeated Curry’s 50 points because of the efforts of great forward Kawhi Leonard (30 points) and second-leading scorer Paul George (24 points).

As the Warriors try to make a deep run in the playoffs this year, their fans will be keeping their fingers crossed that Curry can maintain a performance of this caliber for their team.

Are you mesmerized by Curry’s performance? Tell us in the comments.


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Maliha works as a content writer in Sportszion specializing in NFL and NBA. She has completed her graduation and post-graduation, majoring in MIS (Management Information Systems). She loves analyzing sports and keeping fans updated with the latest sport buzzes.


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