Warriors Struggle In Home Defeat Against Undermanned Suns, Curry Heats Up Too Late

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

The Golden State Warriors struggled in their game against the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night, losing 125-113.

Despite the Suns missing a majority of their starting lineup and Stephen Curry returning to the lineup after an 11-game absence, the Warriors were outplayed for the majority of the game.

Curry had a poor game until the fourth quarter when he scored 16 of his 24 points, but it was too late for the Warriors to come back. The Suns controlled the game throughout, dominating on the offensive glass.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

Mikal Bridges, who has been stepping up for the Suns in the absence of other key players, had an impressive game with 26 points and several key passes.

The Warriors have now lost three straight home games, finishing an eight-game home stand with a losing record.

The team will need to improve their performance and avoid the play-in round if they want to succeed in the stacked Western Conference.

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Source: CBS

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