Warriors’ Klay Thompson is awestruck as Candace Parker predicted the Stephen Curry fifty-piece ahead of it actually happening
The Golden State Warriors carried on their red-hot form last night. After a shaky first half, the Warriors blew away the Atlanta Hawks, as they scored 41 points in the third frame. With this win, the Warriors move on to a league-best 9-1 record. Wardell Stephen Curry II decided to make sure that the Hawks could not hand the Dubs their second loss of the season.
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Steph had four games in a row, where he scored twenty or less, before facing the Hawks. However, we all knew that won’t last for long, and it didn’t. Curry came out with buckets on his mind. He scored the Warriors’ first 13 points for the game, and finished with 16 in the first quarter itself. Trae Young recorded 13 points in the first frame as well. The back and forth with Trae ignited the Chef, and he ended the night with 50 points, 10 assists, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, and a block.
Klay Thompson is in awe as Candace Parker predicted the Stephen Curry 50-burger
Every player in the NBA has a certain team or a certain matchup that always brings out the best in them. For Stephen Curry, one such matchup has been Trae Young. Ever since his high school days, Trae has been compared to Steph, in terms of his shooting and scoring.
Last night, before the Hawks and Warriors tip-off, Candace Parker predicted SC30 would drop 50 against his protege.
Steph is gona have 50 tonight…. Anytime you play against a young protégé you gotta let ‘em know 🤷🏽♀️
— Candace Parker (@Candace_Parker) November 9, 2021
What is shocking is that Steph actually delivered the exact number, and led the Warriors to their 9th win of the season. After the game, Klay Thompson took it to his story and posted a Curry scorecard, along with Candace Parker’s tweet. He captioned it, “Candace Parker can see the future.”
As long as Parker can keep seeing Steph’s future like this and he keeps going off, all of Dubnation is all for it. The Dubs now prepare to face the Wolves and the Bulls for their final two games of this eight-game homestand.