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Steph Curry’s greatness ‘night in and night out’ is ‘taken for granted’ claims Candace Parker

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Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry has been playing with a nagging tailbone injury for the past few games. Despite the injury, Curry has been phenomenal throughout the last four games scoring more than 32 points each game.

Last night, the Golden boy put all his effort to give a pause to the Warrior’s three-game losing streak. Curry finished the game with 41 points, six rebounds, and four assists. Besides, he also made a 3-pointer last night, which made him the top 3-pointer alongside Klay Thompson in the NBA’s history.

All these greatest performances from the 30-year-old have been saving Warriors from losing many games. Even though Curry has a risk of getting injured for a long time, he returned to the court and saved the team from sinking.

Fans have become habitual of Curry’s great performance. “Steph does this on a nightly basis, and I think we take it for granted,” NBA analyst Candace Parker said about Steph. 

It has been seen that Golden State Warriors face trouble without Curry. “But I just think the golden state is so great now they’re good with him on the floor offensively, but with him off the floor, they’re terrible,” Parker stated about Warriors ups and down.

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Steph Curry tied with Klay Thompson with a new three-point record

Curry continued his rampage this season by scoring a total of 201 three-point shots through his 43 games. His latest 200-three season marked the eighth of his career, which surpassed his teammate Klay Thompson.

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors plays defense against the Milwaukee Bucks.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – APRIL 6: Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors plays defense against the Milwaukee Bucks. Credit: Getty Images

Thompson has the most three-pointers in the league’s history. On the other hand, Stephen made 200 three-pointers for seven straight seasons. He even scored 402 three-pointers during the 2015-16 season, which achieved his league’s unanimous MVP.

Steph has been breaking records one after another. He must be seeking to put up an outstanding performance and steer his team to the Western Conference playoffs this season. However, Steph has been cautious about his injury as the Warriors cannot afford to lose him again. 


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