“We’ll Just Have to Bounce Back”: Stephen Curry on Warriors’ Recent Loss to the Pelicans

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Stephen Curry expressed his views on his team’s recent loss against the New Orleans Pelicans. he talked about it in the post-game conference following the game and shared his valuable insights on the current situation for the Dubs. He also shared information on whether he will be playing in the next match or sitting out to get some rest.

The Golden State Warriors are one of the biggest teams in the NBA with one of the biggest fanbases supporting them. However, the Stephen Curry-led squad did not have the greatest season this year. The baby-faced assassin had to single-handedly carry his team at the start of the season, and it started to take a toll on his body.

Steph has been healthy for most of the season; however, he needs proper rest to be in his best form. Those unbelievable three are not going to come from a worn-out player who is working hard every match. Recently, other players like Jonathan Kuminga have stepped up to support their ace, and veterans like Klay Thompson and Draymond Green have also gained back their form.

But all that couldn’t save the Dubs from facing defeat at the hands of the Pelicans on Friday night. “At the end of the day, you just wanna have the best vibes going into the playoffs or the playing scenario. So we’ll just have to bounce back from this right now,” said Stephen Curry about the loss against the Pelicans.


Another reporter asked Curry if he would play in the next game against the Jazz on Sunday, and the Warriors star responded with a smile. “We’ll make that decision tomorrow or Sunday whenever we talk about it,” said Curry smiling.

Warriors fall against the Pelicans despite Stephen Curry’s fourth-quarter takeover

The New Orleans Pelican were able to fend off the Golden State Warriors on Friday night to give themselves a playoff boost just before the regular season ended. The Warriors tried their best but were no match for an aggressive Pelicans led by CJ McCollum. CJ scored 28 points and netted a beautiful three-pointer with just 1:03 remaining on the clock to seal the victory. He was supported well by Zion Williamson, who scored 26 points and helped his team beat the Dubs with a final score of 114-109.

The Warrior gave a tough fight to the Pelicans in the first two quarters, and the competition was intense. AN in form Klay Thompson scored 19 points and collected six rebounds, while Draymond Green contributed 12 rebounds and 11 assists to close the gap. Stephen Curry scored 33 points. He ran rampant in the fourth quarter to secure a win, but his efforts could not pull his team through.

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