On Sunday evening, the Golden State Warriors clashed with the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Chase Center in San Francisco. The Timberwolves secured a 116-110 victory, with Anthony Edwards delivering an impressive performance of 33 points, six rebounds, seven assists, and two steals, shooting 11/27 from the field in 38 minutes.
On the Warriors’ side, Steph Curry led the charge with 38 points, five rebounds, three assists, and one steal. Curry shot 11/25 from the field and 5/13 from beyond the arc in a 36-minute effort.
In the recent game, Steph Curry achieved a milestone in Warriors history by ascending the team’s all-time free throws list. The two-time MVP surpassed Hall of Famer Rick Barry (3,515) to claim the second spot, with only Paul Arizin (5,010) ahead of him. Curry’s career free throws now stand at 3,520.
Following the defeat, the Warriors’ record dropped to 6-5 in their initial 11 games, marking a three-game losing streak. They are set to face the Timberwolves again on Tuesday evening, this time hosting the matchup at the Chase Center.
Even at the age of 35, Curry continues to stand among the top ten players in the NBA. In the previous season, he showcased remarkable performance, averaging 29.4 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 6.3 assists per game, with shooting percentages of 49.3% from the field and 42.7% from beyond the arc.
Now in his 15th season, the two-time MVP has been a pivotal force, guiding the Warriors to four NBA Championships and appearing in six Finals over the past nine seasons.