Stephen Curry had his first lull of the postseason on Sunday, shooting 3-of-14 from the floor and 1-of-9 from deep in a crucial Game 4 on the road against the LA Clippers. The Golden State Warriors point man invoked the words of Houston Rockets star James Harden, who missed his first 15 shots of Game 3 against the Utah Jazz before connecting on three of his last five attempts:

“I like what [Harden] said afterward — it’s all about winning,” Curry said after a 113-105 win at Staples Center, according to Shaun Powell of “Whether you have it going or not, whether you see the ball going in or not, you still have to stay engaged and obviously this is a team game. You have to have everyone contribute. You really don’t care about who’s night it is.”

Curry hardly ever has back-to-back poor games, which bodes well for the Warriors as they head to a closeout game at Oracle Arena on Wednesday, once again benefiting from two days off until their next game.

Steve Kerr led a starter-heavy attack on Game 4, playing Klay Thompson for 40 minutes and Kevin Durant and Draymond Green for 38 and 37, respectively.

Curry, however, has been plagued by foul trouble in each of the four games in this series, a habit the Warriors have long looked for him to shed.

Regardless, it won't be long before Curry, much like Harden, puts a tough outing behind him and looks ahead to better performances.