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Steph Curry Goes Silent, But Warriors’ Bench EXPLODES! Unleashes Hall of Famers Paul & Thompson for Epic Win!

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In the latter part of the first half, Brandin Podziemski intercepted a pass, skillfully preventing it from going out of bounds, and Gary Payton II capitalized on the rookie’s save, setting up Jonathan Kuminga for a spectacular two-handed dunk with a behind-the-back pass. At that moment, Golden State registered its seventh steal and capitalized on the Wizards’ 12th turnover, all without Steph Curry’s involvement.

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Despite Curry’s third consecutive subdued performance, the Warriors’ bench, featuring future Hall of Famers Chris Paul and Klay Thompson, delivered a strong performance, propelling Golden State to a 123-112 victory over the Wizards to kick off their four-game East Coast trip.

In his return since fracturing his hand on Jan. 5, Paul showcased his prowess with 9 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals, while Thompson contributed 25 points in 27 minutes. The Warriors’ bench, scoring 59 points, compensated for Curry’s challenging night, where he went 6-for-21 and remained scoreless in the first half.

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Jordan Poole, facing his former team for the second time, came off the bench, draining a 3-pointer over Curry and finishing with 12 points, six turnovers, and a technical foul in 29 minutes.

The Warriors forced 21 turnovers, dominating the third quarter with a 21-point advantage. Paul’s return solidified the Warriors’ second unit, featuring Thompson, Trayce Jackson-Davis, and Dario Saric, who played a pivotal role in a 12-0 run during a 50-second stretch.

Despite Moody and Paul playing well, the Warriors held only a two-point lead at halftime, with Curry going scoreless and missing all six of his 3-point attempts.

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Curry’s early struggles continued, making only one of his last 16 3-point attempts across six quarters. However, a 25-6 run in the third quarter, fueled by Paul, Thompson, and Payton, propelled the Warriors to a 23-point lead. In the fourth quarter, despite a Wizards comeback attempt, Curry found his rhythm, hitting crucial shots to secure the win.

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