NBAStephen Curry had many memorable moments, but was pleasantly surprised on Friday by a decisive result on behalf of the Golden Warriors against the Houston Rockets. That point went to the bell, the final whistle, a first for the NBA record-holder when it came to the number of three-pointers.
“It’s about time,” said Carey. “This is the first time this has happened to me.” Warriors won 105-103. Curry reached a total of 22 points, but for much of the game there was mainly frustration with the home team, which had been haunting Houston for so long.
The margin was up to 15 and it only closed out shortly before the time: 103-103. Houston’s Garrison Matthews missed trying to limit the game by three pointers, leaving 8.5 seconds. Curry gave the Warriors the win after six defeats in the last nine matches.
The Milwaukee Bucks were too strong for the Chicago Bulls in the NBA. Giannis Antikonmo was instrumental in the 94-90 win with 30 points and 12 rebounds. DeMar DeRozan’s 35 points proved insufficient for Chicago. Milwaukee is fourth in the Eastern Conference with 29 wins to 19 losses. Chicago (28-16) is second to leader Brooklyn (29-16). The leader from New York defeated the San Antonio Spurs 117-102.
In the West, the Phoenix Suns led with 35 wins to 9 losses. Golden State is in second place.
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