Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry hasn’t been himself lately. He’s not had the astronomical season we’re used to seeing from him, and he’s struggled a bit from deep. That appeared to change on Saturday night after Curry dropped 28 points — including six 3-pointers — on the Milwaukee Bucks.
One of those 3-pointers was a ridiculously deep splash while standing on the midcourt logo at Oracle Arena.
It game with less than a minute left in half with Curry running down the court at full speed. There wasn’t much Milwaukee could do about it, and the team looked on in disbelief as it scorched through the net.
Meanwhile, it was all Bucks PG Matthew Dellavedova could do to stay in front of Curry the rest of the game. Curry had a huge step-back jumper in the first quarter over Dellavedova, and at one point he even shoved him out of bounds. He spent the rest of the game trying to lock arms with Curry, to little avail.
Curry finished with 28 points on 9-of-13 shooting, including 6-of-8 from 3-point range while adding four assists, four rebounds, a steal, and a block.
Golden State beat Milwaukee, 117-92.