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“Never Too High Never Too Low” Stephen Curry Reveals His State of Mind, Recovering From Nasty Tailbone Injury

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Ever since Stephen Curry has come back from his tailbone contusion, he seemed to be a different beast. A slight tweak in his shooting form has resulted in the 33-year-old being even more devastating from behind the arc. His unnatural performances have resulted in the Dubs getting back to winning ways in recent fixtures.

Chef Curry suffered his injury in a game against the Houston Rockets in March. After that, he was instructed to sit out a couple of games till the extent of the injury was identified. Curry ended up missing five games, out of which the Warriors lost four.

This week has been very momentous for the “baby-faced assassin” as he scored 53 points against the Denver Nuggets on Monday and recorded 11 three-pointers in the game against the Thunder on Wednesday. His performances have amazed coach Steve Kerr and his teammates alike.

In the post-game press conference after the victory against the Thunder. Curry talked about how he managed to come back stronger from his mid-season injury. He said, “I might have focused a little bit more as it kept me alert at the beginning. I was trying to manage the game and not to fall. As I’ve gotten more comfortable, I have found a really good rhythm.”

He continued, “I think the work that goes in behind the scenes to get your mind and body prepared for a game is exceptional and it helps. Never too high, never too low, but I feel really good as of this moment.”

Stephen Curry for MVP?

If the Golden State Warriors manage to make the playoffs this season, Steph Curry will eventually become of the top contenders for the coveted award. The entire team has been going through a transition and Curry has been the only constant. He has carried this team all season and does not plan to stop anytime soon.

Stephen Curry

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – APRIL 14: Juan Toscano-Anderson #95 of the Golden State Warriors and Jordan Poole #3 of the Golden State Warriors help up Stephen Curry #30

The Golden State Warriors are ninth in the Western Conference standings. At the moment, they are one spot shy of playoff contention. However, they have a three-game winning streak on their hands. Coach Steve Kerr will be pretty confident about building on this boost and trying to qualify for the playoffs.




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