Golden State Warriors defeat the 76ers as Stephen drops his 10th straight 30plus points game

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What a night in the Fargo Center with Philadelphia Sixers and Golden State Warriors facing each other.

Both the teams played head-on with each other with GSW coming victorious with a 107-96 win over 76ers.

The game had great first half with both the teams tying in both quarters along with the Curry Brother’s showdown.

Stephen Curry, who received the Conference Player of the Week award just a night before.

He is now continuing his hot playing streak. 

As he drops his eleventh straight 30 plus-points games to get a win over his brother’s team.

Curry Fam show in the 1st half

Philadelphia vs GSW not only means a battle between two top players Joel Embid and Stephen Curry.

But also means Battle between the Curry Brothers Steph Curry and Seth Curry.

As they face each other along with their brother-in-law Damion Lee by Steph’s side.

Tonight for the first half it was all Curry family show as all three players getting huge buckets.

Outside the court, both the brothers have a great friendship and often show their brotherly love pre-game.

But inside the court, they show their utmost rivalry by making buckets over each other and playing defense, and so on.

The same happened in the first half as both the brothers giving each hard time with making 3 point shots on each other.

Stephen had 20 points while Seth had 15 points all in the 1st half.

Damion Lee also showed a great show going 5-5 shots from the field with 12 points in 15 minutes.

Another 30 plus points game for the GSW top player Stephen Curry.

He continued his hot streak of scoring over 30 points this game too making his eleventh straight game with over 30 points.

GSW and Stephen started rather slow with scoreless for about four minutes into the 1st quarter.

They were still 6-16 with the last over 5 minutes left into the quarter.

But then Steph hit back-to-back with three-pointers cutting the lead to 4 points.

Then he never looked back. All fired up he scored 20 points to finish the 1st half.

Also scoring a buzzer-beater to tie the game in the 2nd quarter.

The second half was all Stephen Curry as he continued to score and make great buckets as he finished the game with 49 points.

He made all his 29 points in the second half and made the 10th three-pointer to take the win over the top-seeded Philadelphia.

On his way to take the win, he passed Kobe Bryant’s record for consecutive 30-point games by a player age 33+.

Steph dropped his 5th 40-point game of the month which the most ever in NBA History for a player aged 33+.

For the last six games, he is scoring 43.7 points per game with 56.6% from the field and 31.4 points per game overall.

Now he is the new scoring leader in the league passing the Bradley Beal

He is also making records for three-pointer showing why he is the best three-point shooter in the league.

Steph has 6 games with 10+ threes this season while no other player has more than 5 in their career.

In fact, he has made 72 threes in his last 10 games and 36 threes made last week which is more than 5 teams.

It looks his prime is not coming to an end anytime sooner as he is scoring on an MVP level.

NBA world applauds Steph with praises after a win over the 76er’s.

Ever since Stephen stepped into the NBA world he has left great impression on the NBA.

His journey as an underdog to the two-time MVP and three-time NBA champ shows how great of a player he is.

Basically, he has changed the game of Basketball with his insane shooting, playmaking, and so on.

His legacy seems to be not stopping any time soon as he is playing at an elite level this season as a 12-year-old veteran.

He continues to make and break records in the NBA and tonight’s game against the No. 1 Philadelphia showed the same.

Steph for MVP?
Magic Johnson: Steph for MVP(source:

As he received applause and praise from his coach, teammates, players, and his fans.

Twitter blew up with accolades for the former MVP as NBA witnessed greatness once again.

Starting with Former teammate Matt Barnes who once won the NBA championship with Curry said he is witnessing greatness.

Magic Johnson, one of the greatest players in NBA history, and Hall of fame are certain that Steph is the real MVP.

Kendrick Perkins who never appreciated the greatness of Stephen Curry is left stunned by his performance.

And even asked for an apology for not realizing and speaking negative things about Curry.

Another former teammate Eric Paschall tweeted, “Greatest Shooter Ever” in all caps.

GSW’s head coach Steve Kerr said,” I don’t know what else to say. It’s utter amazement at this guy’s skill level, heart, mind”.

Similarly his teammate Kent Bazemore also praised his teammate.

Andrew Wiggins, Stephen’s teammate who is always appreciative of Steph Curry’s game also praised him.

Most importantly Steph received an MVP chant on the 76ers ground for his unbelievable shooting game tonight.

GSW great finish for the win.

Philadelphia’s early 4 minutes in the 1st quarter took the 12 points to lead over the Warriors.

Before Kevon Looney made a layup for the Warriors. Still, the 76ers were ahead by 10 points and extended the lead to 13 points.

They went 16-6 with over 5 minutes to play in the quarter but then Steph stepped up.

And hit back-to-back three-pointers to cut the lead within four points.

But again 76ers extended their lead and were 15-22 with 2:25 remaining in the quarter.

Then the Warriors made a 9-2 run with Steph hitting the 3-point shot at the buzzer over his brother Seth.

And tied the game at 24-24 to finish the 1st quarter.

Second-quarter was even more interesting as neither team gave the other to take the lead.

Both the team dueled going back and forth getting the buckets with ultimately tying the game at 53-53 points.

GSW started to heat up in the third quarter as they got the first bucket and took the lead.

But soon 76ers answered back with buckets of their own and again went back and forth shooting and ultimately tied at 66-66 again.

However, GSW took the five-point lead into the fourth quarter.

Starting the fourth, GSW took the largest lead of the night at 81-75 but the 76ers made a comeback making a 10-0 run to take the lead by 3 points.

The game tied at 88-88 but eventually, GSW paced up to take the lead ultimately taking the 107-96 win over the 76ers.

Stephen Curry led the scoreboard scoring 49 points, 3 rebounds, and 5 assists with 10 three-points.

Following Steph, Andrew Wiggins scored a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Damion Lee made 12 points with 6 rebounds while Kevon Looney had career-high 15 rebounds scoring 5 points.

On the other hand, Joel Embid scored a double-double with 28 points and 13 rebounds along with 8 assists.

While Seth Curry scored 15 points with 5 assists and Matisse Thybulle made 13 points along with 7 rebounds.

Similarly, Danny Green dropped 12 points and 7 rebounds.

With the win GSW braces for Washington Wizards.

GSW is playing good basketball for a couple of games and slowly their confidence is boosting as they prepare to face the Wizards for the next game.

“We need every win we can get and we’ve been playing really well now for the last couple of weeks.

And so we’re in a good groove,” head coach Steve Kerr said.

“Really good spirit and energy with the team right now. I think the guys feel it.

And we’re getting great contributions up and down the roster .”

Now GSW faces the Wizards while the 76ers play against the Phoenix Suns on Thursday.

Bikram Jirel
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