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Abaddon - Answer to your sidebar question:

https://www.nba.com/stats/search/player-game/?CF=FG3M*gt*4&GB=Y&Season=2020-21&dir=1&sort=TOTAL_GAMES

Curiously though, it says Steph has 36 such games but when I count such games manually, it gives me 33. So I checked for couple of other players, it matched for them. Go figure!!

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More accolades: https://www.nbcsports.com/bayarea/warriors/steph-currys-record-breaking-night-summed-three-wild-stats including this tidbit:

"Curry's next historic milestone will include Mullin, as the Warriors star is just 94 points away from passing Mullin on the NBA's all-time scoring list."

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Now that Steph has the Warriors career scoring record, time to move the Warriors up the leaderboard (currently 20th). We shouldn't have to wait very long; next up is Clyde Drexler and the Portland Trailblazers at 18,040 (-222 pts).

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Looney with 11 boards and 31 minutes, he plays less than 20 regulary. if he can play those minutes with that production, that will be an upgrade for this team.

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Murray's injury looked awful - can't believe it's not some sort of ligament damage.

But what a nice win! Great play all around. Looney's value in getting second chance shots was really obvious.

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Best player in the world and we cant get him help in the deadline. Even chicago got a great backup C. Now the bouyout market is closed too. Big F for the FO this year.

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Are the Warriors a better team without Oubre and Wiseman? These last two wins were impressive. I know Steph wants that scoring title this year and he is exploding and igniting his teammates.

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Up next, the elusive three game winning streak @OKC

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1] Jazz - 40-14 - L1

2] Suns - 38-15 - W2

3] Clippers - 37-18 - W5

4] Nuggets - 34-20 - L2

5] Lakers - 33-21 - L1

6] Blazers - 31-22 - L1

7] Mavs - 29-24 - L2

8] Grizzlies - 27-25 - W1 [1 game ahead of Spurs]

9] Spurs - 26-26 - W2 [1 game ahead of Dubs]

10] Dubs - 26-28 - W2

11] Pelicans - 25-29 - W3 [1 game behind Dubs]

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Apr 13, 2021Liked by Daniel Hardee

This game is kinda what I was talking about with "puncher's chance in the playoffs when you have the best player in the league." We've been keeping Steph leashed, limiting smallball, and playing the yoots a ton in the regular season — those things won't happen in the playoffs (if we make them, lol).

Yeah, some bigger, better team will probably grind us down eventually, but I doubt we go quietly. Warriors are 18-2 in their last 20 playoff series, and the two series losses were both total BS. The next time Steph+Dray go quietly in the playoffs will be the first time. I wouldn't relish playing us.

If only we had been able to add Otto Porter on a buyout for some depth...

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Apr 13, 2021Liked by Duby Dub Dubs

Currygod on the season: 30.4 ppg (33.0 pts per 36 minutes) on .655 true shooting.

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Apr 13, 2021Liked by Duby Dub Dubs

I feel for the Nuggets. I hope Murray is ok but that looked bad. Injuries to your best players is heartbreaking.

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Apr 13, 2021Liked by Duby Dub Dubs

Curry: Did all he could

Dray: Very good

Wiggs: Looked like wood

Baze: Fouled like he would

Poole: Almost ended JaVale's adulthood

Murray: Not good in the hood

Nuggets: Kinda just got stood

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