Lor that for the rest of the players it is extraordinary, for Stephen Curry it is the usual. The Warriors point guard beat the Bulls (119-93) with 40 points and nine 3-pointers from 17 attempts. It is the third time this season that he reaches the quarantine and has already reached 36 matches in his career with at least nine hits from the arc. To put the data in perspective, James Harden and Damian Lillard, his pursuers, have done it nine times and his partner Klay Thompson, seven.
Curry, who achieved his new feat playing only 34 minutes, was well supported by Draymond Green, who finished with nine points, nine rebounds and seven assists despite being doubtful until the last hour due to a contusion on his left thigh. Andrew Wiggins reached 15 points, Jordan Poole stayed at 14 and Kevon Looney camptur 10 rebounds.
The win is the seventh in a row for the Warriors, who have played the past eight home games, tying a franchise record. They are NBA leaders with a record of 11-1 and are at the forefront of both offensive and defensive statistics as they await the return of Klay Thompson after missing two seasons with a torn ligament in the knee and another in the Achilles tendon.
The Bulls had 10 rental points in the first quarter, but Golden State rallied in the second with a 28-16 run and finished in great minutes in the third (35-17) to leave the clash decided before the last. period: 86-62. Zach LaVine scored 23 points and DeMar DeRozan, 18, but they couldn’t avoid their ninth straight loss to an unstoppable Warriors.