Oh how the Golden State Warriors needed this one. Curry needed this one. His dependable, smooth shot abandoning him for much of the night again, Curry nailed a game-winning 20-foot jumper from the top of the key as the clock hit 0.0 and the buzzer blared, scoring 22 points and sending the Warriors past Houston 105-103 on Friday.
The Golden State Warriors nearly dropped both games of their back-to-back against the Indiana Pacers and the Houston Rockets. Those two struggling teams gave the shorthanded Dubs all they could handle, with the Pacers stunning Golden State in OT and the Rockets losing to Stephen Curry’s first ever buzzer beater. Curry’s squad has the second best record in the NBA despite losing 6 out of their last 10 games.
It's like the chemistry is always going to be there. You don't have to (just) play together. Being off the court, doing the same things, being familiar with each other, always hanging out, liking the same things I like or me liking what he likes, all that comes to a whole.