Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry isn’t just an incredible shooter. He’s also a fantastic table-setter, and he reminded everyone of that again with a spectacular display of playmaking in the first half of Thursday’s Game 2 against the Los Angeles Lakers.

Via ESPN Stats & Info:

“Steph Curry was dealing in the first half, finding his teammates for 8 assists. That matches his most assists in a half in his playoff career. The Warriors were 8-10 (2-4 3-pt) off passes from Curry in the 1st half.”

Stephen Curry entered Game 2 coming off a letdown performance in the series opener in which the two-time league MVP finished with 27 points, albeit on just 10-for-24 shooting from the field. He struggled to shrug off the pesky defense of the Lakers on him, particularly the length of Jarred Vanderbilt. In Game 2, Stephen Curry had a much better game plan, as he perfectly used his gravity in the first two periods to get his teammates great looks and shatter Los Angeles’ defense.

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Moreover, Stephen Curry also passed Miami Heat great Dwyane Wade for 24th on the NBA’s all-time assists list in the NBA Playoffs.

With Stephen Curry and the Warriors seemingly finding the right antidote to the Lakers’ defense, they certainly have just made this second-round series a whole lot more interesting. The Warriors are blowing out the Lakers and have the win in Game 2 virtually in the bag at the time of this writing. The series will be tied when it shifts to Hollywood for Games 3 and 4. Brace yourselves.