The remarkable return of Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry continued on Wednesday night in their matchup with the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavs have been surging recently with a four-game win streak, however, their valiant effort ultimately came up short.
Mavs forward Harrison Barnes managed to tie the game with a bucket over guard Patrick McCaw. However, Curry calmly brought the ball up court and hit a dagger to take back the lead and ultimately seal a 125-122 victory.
It was the cherry on top of yet another fantastic outing in his second game back from injury. Stephen Curry finished with 32 points, eight assists, and five rebounds. Furthermore, he still has yet to let up from deep after hitting six of his 13 3-point attempts.
Needless to say, the two-time MVP has picked up right where he left off after an 11-game absence. Aside from Curry, the Warriors were clicking on all cylinders with three of their Big Four members scored more than 20 points.
The Warriors have been an absolute juggernaut with their superstar point guard back in the lineup. However, head coach Steve Kerr will likely want to see some improvement on the defensive end. Golden State has now managed to give up at least +120 points in the consecutive games since Stephen Curry's return.