Stephen Curry scores 27 with 12 dimes in win
The Warriors assists were all over the place early with 20 in the first half, which was the second straight time they did so in the first half. As for Curry, he also made his 277th triple this season for the third most in NBA history -- he has the first and second most. Not that anyone should've been worried about Curry's shooting slump, but now he's made 52.5 percent from deep with 5.3 treys per game over his last four outings. Expect a big finish until the Warriors lock up their top seed.
Steph Curry plays well in easy win
Klay Thompson stayed red-hot, hitting 9-of-15 shots and five 3-pointers for 23 points and three steals, and the Warriors have now won five straight games without Kevin Durant. And that number should improve to six with a date against the Kings on Friday night.
Stephen Curry scores 23, hits seven triples
Curry and Thompson combined to score 57 points with 14 triples in an easy win. He shot 8-of-17 from the field with six assists, four rebounds and five turnovers, and the good news is that he was able to rest for the entire fourth quarter. Considering he only played 30 minutes, his fantasy owners should be expecting him to play vs. the Mavericks on the second night of a back-to-back set on Tuesday in Dallas.
Stephen Curry scores 28 points in 117-92 win
Hopefully, this can get him going. Curry has shockingly made just 31.0 percent from deep in his previous games since the break. What's more, Curry has been open on 74.8 percent of those 3-pointers, and he also made just 27.9 percent of his pullup treys. This is Stephen Curry we're talking about here, so he could drop 50 points in his next game with no notice. The Warriors do have a road-road back-to-back set to kick off their four-game week, so check back if coach Steve Kerr wants to rest his guys for one of those.
Stephen Curry (ankle) shows no sign of injury
Curry tweaked his ankle in the first quarter of Thursday's victory over Orlando and ended up heading to the locker room with about seven minutes left in the game to get treatment on the ankle. However, Curry seems to have avoided even a minor injury and is fully expected to suit up Saturday night vs. the Bucks.
Steph Curry ices ankle early in blowout
Steph appears to be fine (and coach Steve Kerr said as much after the game) and he finished with 25 points, nine assists and two 3-pointers in an incredibly easy win. He basically got a new ankle brace and tape job on his first trip to the locker room, and then went in to ice it early with the game completely out of reach for Orlando. Curry could be a sit candidate any time the Warriors are in a back-to-back situation, but they'd still like to finish with the league's best record and they'll need Curry in order to make it happen over the Spurs. Consider him very probable for Saturday's game against the Bucks.
Stephen Curry scores 29 w/ five triples
He's still struggling to find his range and finished just 8-of-23 from the field tonight -- he shot 41.2 percent from the field in his previous five March games. Curry did make all eight of his free throws and added six rebounds, five assists, three steals and five turnovers, but assuming he snaps out of this slump soon, his fantasy owners should have very high expectations going forward. The Warriors have a 0.5 game lead over the Spurs, so hopefully Curry isn't rested too much.
Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Andre Iguodala will all play after resting on Saturday
Curry, Thompson, Green and Iguodala will all be playing after they rested on Saturday against the Spurs. Iguodala will likely continue coming off the bench with Matt Barnes starting at SF. Curry and Thompson both have a usage rate over 30% with Durant out of the lineup and should be considered elite GPP plays against the Sixers tonight. It might be tough to trust them in cash with the Warriors being large favorites and Russell Westbrook being on the slate.
Stephen Curry starting, Livingston to bench
Curry has been in a bit of a shooting funk over the past few weeks, but he'll look to snap out of it tonight with a very favorable matchup against the 76ers. Get him active. Livingston can't be considered a viable target while Curry is healthy and active.
Stephen Curry will shoot his way out of slump
"Im just missing shots," Curry said. "There are no two ways around it. Shots that I normally take and make arent falling. Im going to keep shooting them until they do." After a historic 50-40-90 shooting campaign last year in which Curry claimed his second straight MVP, his field goal percentage has regressed to 46.1 this season, which marks the second-lowest shooting percentage of his career, and his 39.3 percent mark from beyond the arc represents a career-low. However, it should only be a matter of time until Curry busts out of his shooting funk, and he'll have an excellent chance to do so tonight with a matchup against the 76ers.