In the NBA, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 147-109, while its star Stephen Curry played the leading role in the victory with 42 points and broke the NBA record in this field by signing a total of 29 trios in the last 3 matches.
In the NBA, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 147-109 with the help of star player Stephen Curry’s number 42.
Curry broke new records with his superior performance in the match where the Golden State Warriors beat the Oklahoma City Thunder by 38 points and reached the 27th victory of the season.
Despite playing only in three quarters, Curry finished the game with 42 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds and played the leading role in the victory, breaking the NBA record in this area by signing a total of 29 triples in the last 3 games.
In this game, Curry was the second player after his teammate Klay Thompson to achieve this in the last 20 years in the NBA by hitting all of his shots in a period of more than 6 threes. Jordan Poole 17, Andrew Wiggins 16, Kent Bazemore 15 points, Draymond Green contributed a “triple-double” with 16 assists, 12 points and 10 rebounds.
In Thunder, which lost its 8th game in a row, Darius Bazley finished with 22 points and 8 rebounds and Moses Brown finished with 18 points and 12 rebounds.
The consequences of the night
Minnesota Timberwolves-Milwaukee Bucks: 105-130
Charlotte Hornets-Cleveland Cavaliers: 90-103
Philadelphia 76ers-Brooklyn Nets: 123-117
Toronto Raptors-San Antonio Spurs: 117-112
Detroit Pistons-Los Angeles Clippers: 98-100
Chicago Bulls-Orlando Magic: 106-115
New Orleans Pelicans-New York Knicks: 106-116
Houston Rockets-Indiana Pacers: 124-132
Oklahoma City Thunder-Golden State Warriors: 109-147
Memphis Grizzlies-Dallas Mavericks: 113-114
Denver Nuggets-Miami Heat: 123-106
Sacramento Kings-Washington Wizards: 111-123