On January 28, Beijing time, the Warriors ushered in a two-game winning streak. Throughout the game, Curry shot 13-of-21 with 35 points, 11 assists, 7 rebounds and 2 steals.
The Warriors are also in a tough play-off right now, with 24-24 and ninth place in the West before the game. Behind him, the Thunder, Blazers and Lakers are all ferocious in their catch-up momentum, and if they are not careful, they may fall out of the top ten.
In this case, the Warriors need Curry to step up. In the first quarter, Curry exploded, shooting 6-of-8 from the field in a single quarter and scoring 13 points. However, the Raptors maintained the lead, and VanVleet shot 5 of 6 in a single quarter and scored 14 points, also feeling hot.
Curry really fought hard to win, and after a backcourt steal, he flew to the rescue, and then, on the fast attack, faced the Raptors and two defenses, broke through Europe and scored a layup.
At halftime, Curry scored 17 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals, and when he came back in the second half, Curry continued to stand up, and at the end of the third quarter he shot 10 of 17 and had 26 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds. Interestingly, a miscommunication between Curry's defense and teammate Jamakau Green caused Achuwa to be unguarded, and during the timeout, Curry was directly "in a meeting" by Kerr.
Still, the Raptors are clinging to the scoreline. Curry came back on the court and hit a layup as soon as he came up. With 3 minutes and 27 seconds left, just when the Raptors were chasing only 6 points, Curry chased a long-range three-point shot, the whole game was boiling, and Curry was also beating his chest and roaring in celebration. After that, teammates also stepped up, and with 1:17 left, Curry hit a layup to give the Warriors a 10-point lead, and in the end, the Warriors had the last laugh at home.