Stephen Curry gets honest after Warriors-Kings game

The Golden State Warriors and the Kings were playing in Sacramento on Tuesday night.

Despite having a 24-point lead at one point in the game, the Warriors ultimately fell short, 124-123.

Steph Curry, the two-time MVP, spoke with the media following the game and gave an open response (h/t Warriors on NBCS).

Curry: “We all got to look ourselves in the mirror and figure out what we individually can do better. In those deciding moments of a game, better decisions, better discipline to not foul, all the little things that we know impacts winning. That’s the only way we’re gonna get out of this little funk where you’re playing hard and you have nothing to show for it.”

After playing 37 minutes, Curry finished with 29 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists, 1 block, and an 8/20 shooting and 4/12 three-point shooting percentage.

After the setback, the Warriors’ record after 18 games is 8-10, good for the tenth seed in the Western Conference.

They have a record of 2-8 in their last ten games and a 5-4 record in their last nine away games.

The Warriors’ next matchup comes against James Harden and the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night at the Chase Center in San Francisco, after the Kings.

With 29 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, and two blocks, De’Aaron Fox led the Kings, who have now improved to 10-6 in their first 16 games.





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