Curry Makes NBA History in Warriors’ 137-116 Win vs. Grizzlies

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The Golden State Warriors, led by Stephen Curry‘s sharpshooting, dismantled the Memphis Grizzlies 137-116 during Wednesday’s NBA action. Curry’s achievement of 300 3-pointers for a record fifth season was highlighted in a game where teamwork and strategic defense were front and center.

“He gonna do it again next year. I’m not surprised,” Warriors guard Chris Paul said. “It’s easy for him, he shoots the life out of the ball, takes care of his body.”

Jonathan Kuminga and Andrew Wiggins were significant contributors, with Kuminga scoring 26 points and Wiggins adding 22 points and 10 rebounds. Klay Thompson contributed 23 points from the bench, while Paul’s season-best 14 assists were pivotal in achieving the team’s high assist count.

“It was a fun game to watch,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.

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Paul shared his insights on his playing philosophy, emphasizing his deep understanding and passion for the game.

“I’ve been playing a few games, but seriously I watch this game all day every day,” Paul said. “I know this game like the back of my hand.”

Despite strong performances from GG Jackson II and Jaren Jackson Jr., the Grizzlies could not counter the Warriors’ explosive play, extending their losing streak to four games. Santi Aldama‘s effort in the first half highlighted Memphis’s resilience, but it was not enough to overcome Golden State’s surge.

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The game’s intensity was evident, with a history of competitiveness between the two teams leading to a brief altercation that was quickly resolved.

“We have a history with this team and it’s always been very competitive,” Kerr said. “They’re tough. When we play them there’s usually some kind of dustup.”

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Kuminga’s early scoring spree set the tone for the Warriors, supported by Curry’s efficiency and Green’s versatile performance. Golden State’s home record improvement and dominance over Memphis at home continued, showcasing their potential as they prepare for upcoming challenges.

The Warriors look forward to breaking a losing streak against the Pacers at home, while the Grizzlies aim to rebound against the Spurs.

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