First, the Clippers didn’t dress Blake Griffin or Chris Paul for last night’s game against the Warriors. Second, Stephen Curry had six turnovers to match his six assists in the 125-107 stomping of LA. Third, Steph dropped 27 on the “BGCP3“-less Clippers, by going 4-of-5 from the beyond the arc in a little over 30 minutes of action. Fourth, lists don’t accurately show how casually Steph can dominate a game like he did last night.
From the outset, it was clear Steph was locked in when he hit a casual three after an errant Matt Barnes pass hit the backboard when he was taking the ball out from under his own basket. This is just too easy:
Steph then started drilling shots whenever he had a sliver of room beyond the arc.
He also got his teammates involved and ran a really fun give-and-go with David Lee for this reverse layup.
Steph isn’t just a sharpshooter, but one of the best all-around offensive forces in the game today. He proved it against a short-handed Clippers team Tuesday night:
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