Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry didn't clap back at Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard during the game after his controversial statement regarding the two-time NBA MVP. Instead, Curry let his actions do the talking and exploded with a career-high 62 points to lift the Warriors over the Blazers to snag his team's third win of the season.

Curry then took to Instagram to post a message for the talking heads who are still doubting him and the capabilities of his Warriors squad:

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There has been plenty of silly chatter about Stephen Curry's ability to lead a winning team without multiple superstars around him, and this game was the perfect way to shut that down for the time being. Dub Nation ratcheted up the intensity of their play heading to their second tilt of a back-to-back matchup against the Blazers after losing the first game in a 123-98 blowout defeat.

After a high-scoring opening frame from both teams, the Warriors managed to sustain their good showing all throughout the game. They also managed to fend off the Blazers' late-game comeback in the fourth quarter to secure the 137-122 victory.

Curry led his squad with those 62 points on 8-of-16 shooting from beyond the arc, along with five rebounds and four assists. Andrew Wiggins provided help with 21 points and seven rebounds, while Kelly Oubre showed out with 17 points and five rebounds of his own.

Meanwhile, the Blazers were bannered by Lillard's 32 points and CJ McCollum's all-around performance of 28 points, nine rebounds, and five assists. The Warriors' 137-122 victory boosted them to a 3-3 record, while the Blazers slipped to an identical tally.

Stephen Curry's performance should hopefully silence the haters for at least a little while and power the Warriors to gain a winning momentum heading to their coming games. After an impressive win, Dub Nation will aim to carry over their good performance as they face the visiting Sacramento Kings on Jan. 4.