Steph Curry erupted for 50 points on Wednesday night, however, he was the only one who showed up for the Warriors against the Phoenix Suns. No other Warriors scored more than 19 points in the loss to the Suns.
According to Kendra Andrews, Steph Curry didn’t mince words about what’s going on with the Warriors.
Curry: “It’s a struggle right now, keeping it real. We have to understand that it’s going to be really hard to dig yourself out of the situation that we’re in because there are a lot of issues … losing becomes a habit if you don’t fix it.”
The Warriors just won the NBA Championship and are now one of the bottom feeders of the league. Curry is doing everything possible to keep his team competitive. He is averaging 32.8 points per game while shooting 53.1% from the field and 44.7% from behind the arc. He scored 50 points in the 130–119 loss at Phoenix.
The Warriors have lost eight road games in a row and have a record of 6-9. Klay Thompson and James Wiseman have underwhelmed to begin the season and overall, the team just doesn’t have the juice that it usually does.
The Warriors return home to play the Knicks on Friday at 9 p.m. ET.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry. Photo courtsey of AP Photo/Matt York