NBA fans go ballistic after Stephen Curry, Warriors show championship experience with road win vs Kings: “The curry effect is starting”

Stephen Curry was once again the star of the show as he led the Golden State Warriors to a 123-116 victory over the Sacramento Kings in Game 5 of their first-round series on Wednesday night. The win puts the Warriors in the driver’s seat as they head back home with the chance to clinch a spot in the Western Conference semifinals in Game 6.

Curry had 31 points, eight assists, and two rebounds in the game, but it was his performance in the second half that really stood out. He hit several key shots down the stretch to help his team grab their first road win of the series.

However, the rest of the Warriors’ stars should not be overlooked. Draymond Green, who came off the bench, had 21 points, seven assists, four rebounds, four steals, and a block. Kevon Looney also had an impressive game with four points, 22 rebounds, and seven assists.

Stephen Curry Leads Warriors to Game 5 Victory: Fans React on Twitter

Fans on Twitter were quick to react to Stephen Curry’s impressive performance in Game 5 of the Golden State Warriors’ first-round series against the Sacramento Kings.

Many fans praised Curry for his leadership and clutch play, especially in the second half of the game. One fan tweeted, “Do I really even need to say it? Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are inevitable,” highlighting the duo’s impact on the Warriors’ success.

Another fan remarked on the team’s overall performance, saying, “What an all-around team effort in clutch time by the Warriors… Curry, Klay, Wiggins, and even Draymond all hit huge shots.”

Curry finished the game with 31 points, eight assists, and two rebounds, while Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins each added 27 points. Draymond Green came off the bench to contribute 21 points, four rebounds, seven assists, four steals, and one block.

Fans also pointed out the Warriors’ impressive record on the road in the playoffs. One tweet read, “The Warriors have won a road game in all 28 playoff series of the Curry/Klay/Draymond era,” highlighting the team’s consistency and resilience in tough environments.

Despite the impressive win, some fans acknowledged that the Kings put up a fight, with De’Aaron Fox leading the charge with 36 points, six rebounds, and five assists.

Fans will be eagerly anticipating Game 6, which is scheduled to take place on Friday. The Warriors will have the opportunity to close out the series at home and advance to the Western Conference semifinals.

As the defending champions, the pressure is on for the Warriors to deliver another strong performance, but based on the team’s track record and the star power of Curry and his teammates, fans remain optimistic.


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