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Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry is confident that he can carry the momentum he found in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 129-128 win over the Chicago Bulls with him as continues to shake off the rust after being sidelined for the past nine months.
Curry, who is shooting an uncharacteristic 9-for-35 from beyond the arc to start the season, still managed to score 13 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter, knocking down two of his three long-range attempts.
“I missed a lot of open ones which — hopefully doesn’t continue to happen,” Curry said after the game. “But the rest of them are just trying to find my rhythm. There’s no excuse, just for what my expectations for myself and shots that I take I always think I’m going to make. I don’t think — maybe one or two of them I would call bad shots. The rest of them I was confident in and ones that I feel I can make. And it’s just a matter of sticking with the program.”
Curry played in just five games last season after missing the majority of the year due to