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SAN FRANCISCO — Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry scored 38 points in a 115-105 win over the LA Clippers on Friday night at Chase Center, bringing his team all the way back from a 22-point second half deficit while reminding the rest of the basketball world just how much more fun the game can be when he goes off on one of his patented hot streaks.
“Pretty awesome, awesome night, considering how the first 28 minutes went,” said Curry, who bounced back after being held to 13 points in Wednesday’s loss to the Clippers.
The latest example of Curry’s brilliance came on a night when the Warriors struggled to find any rhythm during the first half and relied on the two-time MVP to put the team on his back as he has done countless times through the years.
Curry poured in nine 3-pointers, went 13-for-24 from the field and dished out 11 assists in 36 minutes. In a week that has already featured Curry scoring 62 points against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday, the latest performance was almost as impressive, given how dominant the Clippers’ defense