“You are not ready for this sh*t”: Warriors star Stephen Cury silences Kings fans after thumping victory at NBA playoffs

The Golden State Warriors’ fate hung in the balance as they faced the Sacramento Kings in a do-or-die Game 7 in the Western Conference playoffs. However, Warriors’ star Stephen Curry was determined to make his mark and delivered a record-breaking performance that left Kings fans stunned.

Curry’s 50-point game on 20-of-28 shooting from the field and 7-of-18 from deep helped the Warriors secure a 120-100 victory, clinching their place in the next round against the Los Angeles Lakers.

Curry’s historic Game 7 performance was the most points scored in any NBA Game 7 in history, breaking Kevin Durant’s previous record of 48 points. He also added eight rebounds and six assists, making it an all-round exceptional game for the 35-year-old guard.

Speaking after the game, Curry admitted he was looking for shots early on and trying to get his teammates going throughout the game. However, when he looks for shots, it usually works in the Warriors’ favor. He also expressed relief at being able to move on to the next round after the tense 36 hours that followed their Game 6 loss to the Kings.

Curry’s performance drew widespread praise on social media, with fans, players, and analysts lauding his incredible display. Some even went as far as to say that Kings fans were not ready for this sh*t, implying that they were unprepared for the level of Curry’s performance.

With the win, the Warriors now face a tough test against LeBron James and the Lakers in the Western Conference semi-finals. Curry acknowledged that the Lakers were playing unbelievable basketball and that it would be a huge test for his team.

However, after his record-breaking Game 7 performance, he and the Warriors will be feeling confident heading into the next round of the playoffs.

Steph Curry Smashes Game 7 Scoring Record, Propels Warriors to Second Round Victory

In a historic Game 7 performance, Stephen Curry set a new scoring record with his 50-point outburst, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 120-100 victory over the Sacramento Kings. Curry’s dominant display kept the Warriors’ hopes of repeating as champions alive and secured their 19th consecutive playoff-series triumph over Western Conference competition.

Despite playing on the road and trailing by two points at halftime, Curry and the Warriors found their championship form in the second half. The star guard scored 14 points in the third quarter alone, helping the Warriors outscore the Kings 35-23 and dominate the glass, outrebounding Sacramento 22-9.

Curry’s 50 points were not only a career playoff high, but also a new Game 7 scoring record, cementing his place in NBA history. The sharpshooter made 20 of his 38 shots overall, including 7-for-18 from beyond the arc. His incredible performance overshadowed his teammates’ efforts, as Andrew Wiggins scored 17 points and Klay Thompson added 16 in a 4-for-19 shooting effort.

The Warriors’ victory sets up an exciting second-round matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers, with home-court advantage in the best-of-seven series. While the Kings had a successful season, making their first postseason appearance in 17 years, it was Curry and the Warriors who stole the show on Sunday with their record-breaking performance.

Amir Khosru

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A graduate in Linguistics Studies from Jahangirnagar University, hailing from the city of Khulna(Bangladesh). Currently working as a Content Writer who covers Combat Sports. Passionate in a lot of fields including (But not limited to) Reading, Gaming, Travelling, Strolling, Food, UFC, Anime, and whatnot!


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