Stephen Curry (25pts/11asts) Dominates Tony Parker (2pts) & the Spurs
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The look on Tony Parker’s face said it all. Stephen Curry put on a show in a win against the Spurs and was responsible for 51 of the 110 points by the Warriors after scoring 25 and assisting on 26 other points. Curry’s performance gave him a league leading 7 games with 25 points and 10 assists – passing James Harden by 1.
As for Tony Parker, he was held to just 2 points and missed all 4 of his field goal attempts.
The most rewarding thing about the Warriors victory against the Spurs is the fact that San Antonio has a history of dominating Golden State. The Spurs have won 53 of the last 61 games against the Warriors.