Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors seems to gradually finding their footing as Steve Kerr’s team claimed an easy victory of the Sacramento Kings Monday.
Curry was once again incredible leading the Warriors offensively with 30 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. In back to back games, Curry dropped 92 points and helped the Warriors record their first winning streak of the season.
The two-times MVP explained how the Warriors handled their tough string of games early to learn more for themselves as a team.
“Every game we’ve had we’ve learned a little something about ourselves. It’s a good feeling to be moving in the right direction,” via 95.7 The Game.
He then praised Draymond Green and how he played a crucial role on the team’s amped up number of assists the last two games. The Warriors dished out 41 of them in the Monday’s blowout win over the Kings.
Curry was the player of the week earlier following his 62-point career-high performance against the Blazers on Sunday’s prime time.
The Warriors are set to face the Clippers on Thursday and Saturday after concluding the pair of back-to back games against the Blazers and the Kings.