Stephen Curry had a slow start but scored 28 of his 37 in the 2nd half of the Warriors comeback against the Blazers.
“That’s as good a win as we’ve had in three years,” Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. “It would have been very easy to fold our tent and hang our heads. Klay and Steph were spectacular.”
Curry’s most spectacular move came in the 4th quarter, up by 1, when he did a double behind the back crossover move on Wes Mathews before draining a 3 pointer.