Stephen Curry starts off 2021 with a career-best 62 points for the Warriors
The NBA world was already pumped after several close games this season but recently, something happened that has broken the Internet or will surely do in the upcoming times.
It was just a matter of one minute when Stephen Curry let out an impeccable performance, managing his career-best 62 points as the Golden State Warriors beat Portland 137-122 on a chilling Sunday night that needed something enormous.
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Stephen Curry has also managed to have the highest-scoring game in the NBA so far with finishing 18 for 31 and 8 of 16 on 3-pointers after commencing with a 21-point first quarter.
A similar performance was witnessed when Stephen Curry managed 80 free throws dating to March 29, 2019, vs Memphis.
Again Portland, things changed as he established a career-high 18 on 19 attempts. Stephen Curry was everywhere and it reflected as the moment he decided to rest in the dying minutes of the game, the cheer from the crowd seemed too real in a field which was without fans originally.
Warriors No. 2 overall draft pick James Wiseman also had 12 points, a best of 11 rebounds and two blocks too. He did get a lot of heat from the opposition too.
Damian Lillard won 32 points for Portland, and CJ McCollum chipped in with 28. McCollum shot 2 for 8 from deep after his 25 3-pointers over the first five games left him and Curry as one of the only players to ever do so.
Stephen Curry made a similar career-high with 54 points on February 2013, at New York's Madison Square Garden. Curry fired more than 20 in the first quarter for the 27th time in his career.
Golden State went only 13 for 34 from deep after making just 7 of 35 from 3-point range Friday. It was only Andrew Wiggins who has scored in double figures every game so far.