6 games, 5 games, 30+ Curry dreams of returning to 2016

  On October 30th, Beijing time, the Golden State Warriors challenged the Charlotte Hornets away. In this campaign, Stephen Curry returned to his hometown and was still not soft in front of his fathers and fellows. But the Warriors eventually lost to their opponents 113-120 in overtime, suffering the first loss of five consecutive visitors.

  In this game, Curry played 38 minutes and scored 31 points on 10 of 22 shots, plus 11 rebounds and 6 assists. However, Curry’s touch on the outside did not reach the average level, and he only hit 3 of 13 outside shots.

  After the opening, the Warriors fell into a passive state, and Curry alone carried the team’s offensive banner and maintained a good competitive state. After the start of the second half, the Warriors fought back, Curry scored 12 points in a single quarter, and two ultra-difficult long shots stopped the Hornets many times, which also allowed the Warriors to overtake.

  It’s a pity that in overtime, Curry was strictly guarded by his opponent, and he didn’t get a good shot. In the end, the Warriors lost away.

  This campaign is the fifth time Curry has scored 30+ this season, and he has scored 30+ five times in the first six games. The last time Curry was able to complete such an amazing performance was back in the 2015-16 season.

  (Shen Wei)

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