The usually composed Stephen Curry let out his frustrations during and after their 26-point blowout loss against the Clipper last week.
His words definitely worked on the team. On Sunday night, the Warriors had a terrific game to upset the best team in the league Utah Jazz. Curry had a terrific 32 points, 9 assists and 5 rebounds performance in the comfortable 131-119 win over the Jazz.
In an interview, Draymond Green opened up on Steph’s recent emotion burst out, and how it impacted the team on a positive note. Green revealed that Curry kept on say ‘Get into the ball’, to his teammates. Green added:
“Tonight, I think we could see that from the beginning of the game. We were into the ball and it changed the entire game.”
Draymond Green revealed Steph Curry’s animated sideline message the other night: “Get into the ball.”
“Tonight, I think we could see that from the beginning of the game. We were into the ball and it changed the entire game.” pic.twitter.com/xsmCH9TbeU
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 14, 2021
Draymond praises Stephen Curry for his leadership
Draymond Green himself had a pretty great game. He finished the game with a fantastic 11 points, 12 assists and 12 rebounds triple-double, doing his job in leading the team.
It looked as if Stephen Curry didn’t want to take a loss, especially on his birthday. The 33-year-old point guard has been a mentor to the young players on the squad, sharing whatever experienced he has gathered over the 11 years in the league.
The former Defensive Player of the Year Draymond Green mentioned how the young Warriors team have grown up watching Curry. Whatever Steph would say, will definitely carry a lot of weight. Draymond said:
“These guys have grown up watching Steph and so when you hear his voice it carries a lot of weight and I think that showed tonight on the defensive end.”
Draymond on Steph’s voice resonating within a locker room full of young players: “These guys have grown up watching Steph and so when you hear his voice it carries a lot of weight and I think that showed tonight on the defensive end.”
— Nick Friedell (@NickFriedell) March 14, 2021
After their last year’s debacle, the Warriors look to redeem themselves this season. With a record of 20-19, Stephen Curry and the Warriors have a lot of time to clinch that playoffs spot.