On Thursday night, the Warriors defeated the Clippers by a score of 124-117. Once down by 23 points, the defending champions completed the biggest comeback of the NBA season thus far (previously 21) — and continue their march towards not only the best start in league history, but: the notorious 72-10 record 1996 Chicago Bulls team; the best team ever.
Prop your legs up, relax, and soak it all in — welcome back to the Steph Show:
Yo the net didn’t even like move
Oh that dance after is so cocky I love it…
Rock-a-bye babyyyy in the treetopppp … When the wind blowsss, the Cradle will rock…
Before continuing, let’s check in on Doc Rivers and see what he’s thinking about Steph’s performance:
“CAN I GET A HELL YEAH!?!?!?” – Stone Cold voice
FINAL:— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) November 20, 2015
• Warriors: 124
• Clippers: 117
FLAWLESS VICTORY. pic.twitter.com/nD28mHhYiC
Not only did Steph Curry just drop: 40 PTS, 11 REB, 4 AST, 3 STL.. ..he set the friggin NBA record w/5th straight 30+ point game w/at least 5 three-pointers made.
73.3% FG and 8-9 from 3.. …the Warriors’ 4Q shot chart looks like Sonic when he gets hurt and loses all his rings:
Is this good?
Stephen Curry is currently on track to break his own 3-point record of 286 3-pointers on February 20th.— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) November 20, 2015
They play the Clippers.
Oh, P.S. Steph Curry out-rebounded both DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin. No biggie.
Until next time, Wob signing off…