The Golden State Warriors defeated an awful shooting night from hotshot Stephen Curry because of a reasonable scoring assault, outscoring the Los Angeles Lakers 38-29 in the final quarter in a 121-114 success at Staples Center. Curry wrapped up with 21 focuses (5-of-21 shooting), 10 bounce back and 10 helps for his first triple-twofold since Jan. 22, 2016.
“I played like trash,” Curry said afterward. “Shot the ball terribly.”
Jordan Poole had 20 focuses, and three Warriors scored in twofold figures off the seat. Offseason expansion Nemanja Bjelica had 15 focuses and 11 bounce back for Golden State. The Warriors’ seat outscored the Lakers’ stores 55-29 and stacked up 30 helps on 41 made shots.
The Lakers got large scoring games from two of their enormous three, however shot 9 of 19 from the free-toss line. LeBron James had 34 focuses and 11 bounce back, and Anthony Davis had 33 focuses and 11 bounce back.
Yet, the third star the Lakers are relying on, Russell Westbrook, had an unpleasant presentation with eight focuses (4-of-13 shooting), five bounce back and three helps. He missed every one of the four of his 3-point endeavors and serious four turnovers and four fouls. No other Lakers scored in twofold figures, as it was a battle for anybody other than James and Davis to discover their mood.