Golden State Warriors Point Guard, Steph Curry was at his phenomenal best on Sunday when his team faced the Portland Trail Blazers at home. The Golden State Warriors had not won a single home game and needed that to change quickly, and Curry came up with a performance for the ages.
Curry scored a career high 62 points, with 24 of those coming from 8 three pointers, and he dropped 4 assists and 5 rebounds to help his team win 137-122, with Curry accounting for almost 50% of the Warriors’ points in the game. It was a game that reminded everyone of how good Steph Curry is, regardless of the recent slump the Golden State Warriors have faced.
Curry became the second oldest player to hit 60 points in a single game after Kobe Bryant did it in his last career game. The 2-time MVP and 3-time NBA champion became the first Warriors player to score 62 points in a game since 1974. He also cemented his place as one of the greatest ever to grace the NBA.