Rajon Rondo Triple Double vs Steph Curry (21pts in 2nd half)
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“Never too high, never too low; that’s my motto,” Curry said. “I’m not expecting to shoot lights out every game.”
Curry actually looked human on Saturday night…well, at least for the first half against the Kings when he only had 3 points. Then he scored 11 in the 3rd quarter and 10 more in the 4th to help the Warriors stay unbeaten.
Rajon Rondo looked like the old triple double king when he racked up his first triple double as a King with 14 points, 12 boards and 15 dimes for his 23rd career regular-season triple double.
“I thought our leader was Rondo. He was first class and incredibly into the game,” coach George Karl said. “His defense on Curry was first class. I just wished we had a little more gas in the tank to finish off the game.”
STEPH & SETH
Unfortunately Seth Curry was a DNP and we didn’t get to see the brothers face off.