Curry scored 47 points. GSW wins Sacramento and escapes five consecutive losses
The Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA) won a thrilling victory by three points thanks to Stephen Curry’s 47 points.
Golden State won 116-113 in the NBA regular league against the Sacramento Kings at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, on the 8th (Korea time). With the victory, Golden State escaped from five consecutive losses. Previously, he recorded 3 wins and 7 losses, showing 10 games since the opening, the slowest since the 2019-20 season (2 wins and 8 losses).
Curry was at the forefront of the attack in the game, scoring a season-high 47 points with seven 3-pointers. He also recorded eight rebounds and assists. Andrew Wiggins scored 25 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double.
Sacramento also scored more than 20 points, with De Aaron Fox and Malik Monk scoring 28 points and 24 points, respectively. Sacramento led Golden State by nine points until the third quarter. However, it failed to stop Golden State’s strong pursuit in the fourth quarter.
Golden State pushed Sacramento from the beginning of the fourth quarter. Curry and Wiggins scored consecutive goals, continuing the chase, and Curry scored a shot under the net 1 minute and 54 seconds before the end of the game to tie the score 107-107. Since then, he has succeeded in reversing by making a three-point shot.
Golden State continued to lead the game until the end and eventually secured the victory.