Warriors Lose Despite Curry's 50-Point Game, Twitter Reacts To Supporting Cast

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

On Wednesday night, the Golden State Warriors lost to the Los Angeles Clippers despite Stephen Curry's remarkable 50-point game.

Curry shot 20-of-28 from the field and 8-of-14 from beyond the arc, but his four other starters combined for just 39 points.

Moreover, the Golden State defense was unable to stop the Clippers offense, which made consecutive stops difficult to come by.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, the Clippers' key players, also contributed to the team's victory.

Leonard scored 30 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while George added 24 points and seven assists.

However, the primary story of the game was the waste of Curry's impressive performance, and NBA Twitter was not happy with the supporting cast or the referees.

The Warriors struggled in multiple areas throughout the game. They were terrible on the road, with a record of 7-27 when they travel.

 Additionally, they gave up a staggering 16 offensive rebounds to the Clippers, which played a significant role in their defeat.

Despite Curry's brilliance, the Warriors lacked a reliable second option to support him against the Clippers.

The team is not the same as last year, resulting in their current record of 36-34 and sixth place in the Western Conference.

The Clippers, on the other hand, moved up to fifth place in the conference with a record of 37-33.

The Warriors' inability to capitalize on Curry's vintage performance was a difficult pill to swallow, and the team will have to address their shortcomings if they hope to succeed in the future.

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Source: Breacher Report 


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