The Golden State Warriors are an elite team.
They have the most championships, they have the best players and coaches in the NBA, and they have an insane amount of talent.
So it’s easy to forget that the Warriors have only two more years of playoff basketball left before they’re done.
But that’s what happens when you’re a team of superstars.
You don’t just get there by being the best, you have to become the best in the history of the NBA.
That’s exactly what the Warriors did on Monday night, with an impressive, two-point play from Stephen Curry that put the game away for the Golden State and gave the team a 95-94 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The game, which was played in the midst of the best stretch in Golden State history, featured some of the most impressive plays of the year, and there were moments when Curry and Co. were in complete control.
Curry’s three-pointer, which gave the Warriors a 95 point lead, was just one of a string of clutch shots the Warriors would make to get the victory.
The Warriors were able to do that because of two things: one, the Thunder did a phenomenal job defending the shot, and two, the Oklahoma State players who were on the court for the play made some unbelievable plays on defense.
After the game, Curry said that the three-point shot was the highlight of the game for him.
He said he didn’t know it was going to go in until it had hit the rim.
He added that he thought the shot was better than the one he hit last year against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“I think it’s one of the greatest shots you can make,” Curry said.
“I think that’s one that’s gonna be in the game forever.
The fact that it came out of the corner, I can’t even believe how far that shot came out.
It’s a little too high to be accurate.”
It was the first time in four seasons that Curry has scored at least 35 points in a game, as he has made all seven of his free throws since March 25, 2018, and has added a career-high eight assists to go along with his 17 points.
Curry was on the floor for the last three minutes of the third quarter, which featured Curry’s signature move that made the shot appear like a slam dunk.
Curry said he had to make the play because of how he felt his legs were and that he was just not used to the level of difficulty of that shot.
“We had to be more aggressive,” Curry explained.
“The last couple years, it’s been a little bit harder.
It was tough to guard because it’s hard to get back.
I can do it now, but I need to get better. “
It’s gonna take a while for the body to adjust.
I can do it now, but I need to get better.
I just feel good.
The legs feel good.”
The Warriors have made it clear they have a lot of work to do to become a contender, but Curry said it’s all about staying hungry and not letting the team down.
“You have to be mentally strong,” Curry added.
“We’re all in this together.
I think this is a team that can do whatever it takes to win.
We have to do everything that we can to win.”