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Watch: Stephen Curry Greeted With “MVP” Chants From the Crowd After Another Stellar Show in a Close Win

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Stephen Curry is undoubtedly the crown jewel on the Golden State Warriors roster. He has been giving performances worthy of that throughout the season. However, in the game against the high-flying Philadelphia 76ers, the fans gave him a glimpse of how much he means to them.

In the final minutes of the game, the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia roared with “MVP” chants. It is not often that chants like these are heard in away games. However, everyone in the arena knew that they were in the presence of greatness personified.

Curry’s performance in this game was unreal. He single-handedly quashed the threat of the 76ers and played an invaluable part in the Dubs’ offense. Chef Curry took it onto his shoulders and guided his team home.

In the end, it was a relatively easy victory for the Warriors as they got back to winning ways. Steve Kerr and his men shook off a heartbreaking loss against the Celtics and came back all guns blazing in this game. Subsequently, the 76ers could not get into a rhythm and were stifled across the four quarters.

Curry finished the game with a whopping 49 points to his name. Moreover, the 33-year-old added five assists and three rebounds during this match. Apart from him, Andrew Wiggins contributed heavily towards the victory. He finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds after the game.

Stephen Curry

“There’s something beautiful about it. It really is an art,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “What he’s doing is amazing to watch. Moreover, Nobody in the history of this game has ever done what he’s doing right now.”

The Golden State Warriors are ninth in the Western Conference standings. At the moment, they are not in contention for the playoff spots. However, they are stitching together an incredible fightback in the second half of the league. Steve Kerr and his men will look forward to performing well in the postseason.

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