Stephen Curry is not out of his shooting slump. Not close. Tired legs or just another slump, he was just 10-of-27 from the floor.
That included missing a potential game-winner. Curry hit a floater with 19.7 seconds left to put the Warriors in the lead, but after two Andrew Wiggins‘ free throws the Warriors needed another bucket. Golden State forced the ball back to Curry as he cut to the left, he fumbled it, got control, surveyed his options, and went with a contested jumper over Ricky Rubio that missed. The Warriors lost again.
On the bright side for family bragging rights in the Curry household, Stephen knocked down a three that moved him past his father Dell for career points.