Curry scored 18 of his game-high tying 26 points in the fourth quarter to help the Warriors fight their way back to a tie game with under a minute left. But a late turnover by Andrew Bogut set up an all-too-familiar #ISOJack possession for the game-winner.
It was an unfortunate win to what started off as an outstanding individual performance from Bogut, who all of his season-high 16 points in the first half. But as Steve Kerr said in the post-game pressed, the Nets simply outplayed the Warriors for the majority of this game and ultimately deserved to win -- the fact that the Warriors were even in this game at all was almost entirely a testament to Curry's MVP-caliber fourth quarter performance.
Loudest chant of the night was "M-V-P" for Curry at the line. In Brooklyn— Ethan Strauss (@SherwoodStrauss) March 3, 2015
So to summarize this game in less than 140 characters:
Stephen Curry keeps trying to overcome Golden State's leaky defense by himself— Mike Prada (@MikePradaSBN) March 3, 2015
We'll have more on this game later, but in the meantime: what's your assessment of the Warriors' 3-3 road trip?