Stephen Curry’s incredible record in the Warriors’ comeback against Mavericks

Stephen Curry was once again vital in the Warriors’ 126-117 win over the Mavs, in the match that was played in San Francisco. Now the definition will continue on Sunday in Texas with Golden State leading the series against Dallas 2-0.

However, Curry not only added 32 points, but also accompanied his game with the chilling record of 126 games in a row where he scored at least one triple, a record released by the NBA Twitter account in Latin America.

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The game was played at the Chase Center stadium in the Californian city of San Francisco and now the series will move to Texas where they will play Sunday and next Tuesday, from 9 p.m. in Argentina.

Curry was again essential to lead the Warriors to victory despite the remarkable work of Slovenian Luka Doncic, who added 42 points.

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Curry totaled 32 points with 5/11 doubles, 6/10 triples and 4/4 free throws, in addition to contributing eight rebounds and five assists. But the Warriors star was not alone as Jordan Poole had 23 points and Kevon Looney 21 and 12 rebounds.

Doncic was tremendous but it didn’t reach Dallas. The European finished the night with 42 points as a product of 7/13 doubles, 5/10 triples and 13/15 free throws, adding eight assists and five rebounds. The Slovenian was helped by Jalen Brunson with 31 points.

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In the first half Dallas was superior and had a clear 72-58 lead, but in the third period the Warriors went 25-13 and reached the final quarter with a 83-85 deficit. The 43-32 favorable to those of Curry in the final quarter shaped the final result.

On the other hand, this Saturday they will play the third match of the Boston Celtics East final, at TD Garden, against the Miami Heat. They are 1-1, with Miami winning 118-107 in the first game and the Bostonians 127-102 in the second.

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