For their second game of the season, the Golden State Warriors won against the Los Angeles Clippers (115-113). Stephen Curry, on fire during the meeting, displayed great ambition for the season after the game.
This Friday, the Golden State Warriors narrowly imposed themselves against Los Angeles Clippers (115-113). And the San Francisco franchise can thank Stephen curry, great architect of this second success in as many meetings this season. The 33-year-old playmaker caught fire at the men from Tyronn Lue, signing the game of a splendid double-double (45 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist). Baby face shone during the meeting, being decisive in the important moments for the Warriors. And after the game, Stephen curry has shown great ambition for the season.
“The expectation I have of myself every night is worthy of an MVP”
At the microphone of TNT, in comments reported by Let’s talk basketball, Stephen curry said he was aiming for the MVP title this season: “ I’m still trying to find ways to be involved in the game, I position myself and anticipate the rebounds, but I don’t know if I’m going to be able to continue at this rate. I’m not sure how people vote for the MVP, but if you do what you have to do, the title will come by itself. You have to have an impact on the results, lead the team on and off the field, improve your game… And the expectation that I have of myself every night is worthy of an MVP. Yes I am aiming for this title, but nothing has changed in my approach compared to last season. “