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Stephen Curry, Jonathan Kuminga lead Warriors past the undermanned Knicks


Anthony Slater: That’s seven straight road wins for the Warriors. Professional performance tonight in NY. Eight Steph Curry 3s. Jonathan Kuminga a powerful 25 points on 12/19 FG. Moses Moody steady in another spot start. Defense held Knicks to 99 points. Record: 31-27
Source: Twitter @anthonyVslater

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Marcus Thompson @ThompsonScribe
The Warriors are 16-8 when Steph Curry scored 30 or more – 10:47 PM
Jimmy Spencer @JimmySpencer
Stephen Curry wanted to go to New York in the 2009 draft. He was picked by the Warriors the pick before.
The rest is history and Curry seems to live it up at MSG with every visit. – 10:28 PM
Brian Mahoney @briancmahoney
Curry has 31 points and 11 rebounds, leads Warriors to 110-99 victory over Knicks (from @AP) apnews.com/article/1ccb53…10:24 PM
Ian Begley @IanBegley
Jonathan Kuminga, former high school star at The Patrick School (NJ), had 25 pts (12-19 FG), 8 rebs (5 offensive), 2 steals & 2 blocks to help lift GSW to win vs NYK at MSG. NYK has lost 8 of its last 11. Knicks fought on boards (Josh Hart had 18 rebs) but shot 36.8% in loss. – 10:04 PM
Chris Biderman @TheWarriorsWire
Watch: Jonathan Kuminga slams trio of highlight-reel dunks vs. Wizards warriorswire.usatoday.com/2024/02/27/wat… pic.twitter.com/JTK9N985Nd10:00 PM

Fred Katz @FredKatz
Final: Warriors 110, Knicks 99.
Knicks fall to 35-25, fourth in the East.
• Brunson 27-5-5
• DiVincenzo 16 & 7
• Hart 14-18-7
• Curry 31 & 11, 8-18 3Ps
• Kuminga 25 & 8
Knicks shot 37-31-71. – 9:56 PM
Tim Bontemps @TimBontemps
Final: Warriors 110, Knicks 99
Stephen Curry has 31 and 11 (rebounds) and Jonathan Kuminga has 25 and 7 as Golden State rips off another road win as it continues to try to climb out of the 9-10 mix out West.
New York closes out February 4-8, including losses in 7 of last 9. – 9:55 PM
StatMuse @statmuse
Kuminga tonight:
25 PTS
12-19 FG
Averaging 19/5 since “losing faith” in Steve Kerr. statmuse.com/nba/player/jon…9:55 PM
Kendra Andrews @kendra__andrews
Warriors beat the Knicks 110-99 and have won 10 of their last 12 games. Seven straight on the road.
Curry finishes with 31 points and 10 rebounds. Kuminga with 25 points on 12-of-19 shooting. – 9:55 PM
Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
That’s seven straight road wins for the Warriors. Professional performance tonight in NY. Eight Steph Curry 3s. Jonathan Kuminga a powerful 25 points on 12/19 FG. Moses Moody steady in another spot start. Defense held Knicks to 99 points.
Record: 31-27 – 9:54 PM
Carl Steward @stewardsfolly
Hell of a game by Kuminga and Moody. Still have to close this out, though. – 9:46 PM
Jason Dumas @JDumasReports
Kuminga has been making the Knicks guards look small and unathletic all night. – 9:44 PM
Fred Katz @FredKatz
Through three quarters, the Knicks lead the Warriors 80-70.
• Brunson 22-5-3
• DiVincenzo 16 & 5
• Hart 12-12-6
• Curry 25 & 11
• Kuminga 20 & 6 – 9:22 PM
Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
Jonathan Kuminga’s road trip through seven quarters: 41 points on 20-of-28 shooting. Hasn’t attempted a 3. – 9:22 PM
Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
Jonathan Kuminga in the same defensive possession: Switches onto Jalen Brunson, blocks his sweeping layup out of bounds. Flies over Josh Hart for the defensive rebound. Turns it into a touchdown pass to Steph Curry for 3. pic.twitter.com/sA9rKpyyBO9:10 PM

Stefan Bondy @SBondyNYDN
Jonathan Kuminga makes special NYC homecoming nypost.com/2024/02/29/spo…9:06 PM
Ball Don’t Lie @Balldontlie
Kuminga to Curry for three 🤩
(via @warriors)
pic.twitter.com/d1NLg38rrX9:05 PM

Jason Dumas @JDumasReports
Kuminga is cooking right now. And talking cash money sh*t too. I love it. – 9:00 PM
Fred Katz @FredKatz
Curry’s court awareness is crazy. Him running and looking back at the ball yet knowing he’s right at the 3-point arc, like he’s a wide receiver tip-toeing to keep both feet in bounds, is ridiculous stuff. – 9:00 PM
Tim Reynolds @ByTimReynolds
Tonight is Stephen Curry’s 1,084th NBA game.
It’s the second time he has a points-rebounds double-double by halftime.
17 points, 10 rebounds: 12/28/15 vs. SAC
17 points, 10 rebounds: Tonight at NYK – 8:57 PM
Brian Mahoney @briancmahoney
Curry has 17 points and 10 rebounds, the second time in his career he’s had a double-double in the first half. Golden State leads the Knicks 55-46. – 8:46 PM
Ball Don’t Lie @Balldontlie
Stephen Curry at the half vs. the Knicks:
– 17 points
– 10 rebounds
– 4 3 PTs pic.twitter.com/Kk5Vek2hon8:39 PM

Marcus Thompson @ThompsonScribe
Warriors close the half with Curry displaying poor shot selection and Draymond with an ill-advised foul.
Those are the type of possessions that have harmed the Warriors all season. – 8:38 PM
Chris Iseman @ChrisIseman
Knicks down 55-46 to the Warriors at halftime. Still feels like it could’ve been much worse after that horrendous start. Shot just 33.3 percent in the half.
Steph Curry has 17 points and went 4-of-8 from long distance. – 8:38 PM
Fred Katz @FredKatz
Halftime. Warriors lead the Knicks 55-46.
• Hart 11-9-3
• DiVincenzo 11 & 3
• Brunson 9 & 3
• Curry 17 & 10
• Kuminga 14 & 3
Knicks are shooting 33% from the field, 32% from 3. – 8:38 PM
Brian Mahoney @briancmahoney
Curry already up to 14 points and 10 rebounds. At one time he and LeBron were the only visiting players with both a 50-point game and a triple-double at the current MSG. But nowadays anyone scores 50 or gets triple-doubles, so that may be outdated. – 8:32 PM
Ball Don’t Lie @Balldontlie
Jonathan Kuminga hit Jalen Brunson with the ‘too small’ 😵‍💫
(via @NBCSWarriors)
pic.twitter.com/Yusy4lVxbq8:31 PM

Fred Katz @FredKatz
For those who heard the TNT broadcast mention my and @anthonyVslater’s latest story and would like to read it, here it is.
On the friendship of Donte DiVincenzo and Steph Curry, Curry’s impact on DDV coming to NY and a career-altering 3-point adjustment: theathletic.com/5303561/2024/0… pic.twitter.com/9WlzlyVEa98:24 PM

Marcus Thompson @ThompsonScribe
Hartenstein got the benefit of the doubt on that Curry drive – 8:20 PM
Fred Katz @FredKatz
Through one quarter, the Warriors lead the Knicks 31-19.
• Hart 8 & 3
• Brunson 5 & 2
• Sims 4 pts, 2 asts
• Curry 11 & 7
• Kuminga 8 & 2 – 8:02 PM
Steve Popper @StevePopper
Curry has 8 rebounds in less than 8 minutes — the most in a quarter in his career according to Warriors PR. – 7:53 PM
Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
Eight first quarter rebounds for Steph Curry. Most rebounds in any quarter in his career. – 7:52 PM
Carl Steward @stewardsfolly
Curry has eight rebounds and the first quarter isn’t over yet? – 7:52 PM
Kristian Winfield @Krisplashed
Stephen Curry has 7 rebounds in 6 minutes. What the hell is this – 7:48 PM
Fred Katz @FredKatz
Stephen Curry alone has nine more points and two more rebounds than all of the Knicks combined – 7:47 PM
Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
It’s a 14-0 start for the Warriors in MSG. Knicks are 0-of-9 shooting with two turnovers. Three Steph Curry 3s and six rebounds. – 7:46 PM
Steve Popper @StevePopper
Curry finally misses a 3 – Knicks hanging in at 12-0 deficit – over four minutes without a point – 7:45 PM
Monte Poole @MontePooleNBCS
Warriors off to a 9-0 start vs. Knicks at the Garden. Stephen (tired, fatigued) Curry blasts out with two triples.
NYK timeout 130 seconds into the game. – 7:44 PM
Brian Mahoney @briancmahoney
Curry is 3 for 3 behind the arc in the first three minutes. He didn’t score in the first half of his last game. – 7:43 PM
Kristian Winfield @Krisplashed
Here we go: Steph Curry is 3/3 from downtown with 9:20 still left in the first quarter – 7:43 PM
Brian Mahoney @briancmahoney
Knicks are down 9-0 to the Warriors and the fans are loving it. The 6 of those that came on two Curry 3-pointers, anyway. – 7:40 PM
Steve Popper @StevePopper
Curry did not score in the first half last game. He has scored. – 7:39 PM
Steve Popper @StevePopper
Curry gets a huge ovation — so does Jalen Brunson. Tie score so far. – 7:33 PM
Kristian Winfield @Krisplashed
Steph Curry gets an ovation during pregame introductions here at MSG pic.twitter.com/U9XbIHxOIc7:33 PM

Steve Popper @StevePopper
Thibodeau today when asked who would guard Curry: “Our team will try.” – 7:32 PM
Anthony Slater @anthonyVslater
Same starters for the Warriors at Knicks tonight
Steph Curry
Brandin Podziemski
Moses Moody
Jonathan Kuminga
Draymond Green – 7:03 PM
Ryan Wolstat @WolstatSun
Raptors can’t defend but will have with Stephen Curry in town, nobody averages more points in Toronto. Curry averages nearly 30 a game here. torontosun.com/sports/basketb…6:45 PM
StatMuse @statmuse
Players with 170+ threes and 40+ 3P% this season:
— Steph Curry
— Donte DiVincenzo
That’s it. pic.twitter.com/HHSvLQv4oY5:36 PM

Team USA roster for 2024 Olympics: Devin Booker, Jrue Holiday locks to join LeBron James, Steph Curry, and others in Paris, per report
cbssports.com/nba/news/team-…4:52 PM
Ryan Wolstat @WolstatSun
I asked Bruce Brown about getting up more to try to guard all-time offensive talents like Curry, Doncic or Irving: “Not really … but Stephen, Kyrie, Luka … they’re on a different planet, the way they make shots or the way they create for others, how they see the game.” – 4:25 PM
Tommy Beer @TommyBeer
Only two players have made more than 100 three-pointers in 2024:
Steph Curry
Donte DiVincenzo
No other player in the NBA has more than 89 made 3PTs – 3:59 PM
Rod Boone @rodboone
What are the #Hornets getting in Jeff Peterson? Asked someone who would know: Seth Curry.
“Good dude, works hard obviously,” Curry told me.
Updated story on the new face coming to Charlotte: charlotteobserver.com/sports/charlot…2:07 PM
Tim Reynolds @ByTimReynolds
Joel Embiid on the Olympics: “If I feel good, I’m playing.”
(I cannot say this was Steve Kerr and Steph Curry’s “official” reaction … just going to assume it was.) pic.twitter.com/AV7mWaAvXw2:05 PM
StatMuse @statmuse
J-Dub this season:
19.2 PPG
45.4 3P%
The most PPG on 45+ 3P% by a player since unanimous MVP Curry. statmuse.com/nba/player/jal…11:40 AM

More on this storyline

Holiday would join several superstar players who are considered locks for the Paris Games, barring injury, including Durant, LeBron James, Stephen Curry, Joel Embiid and Jayson Tatum. -via The Athletic / February 28, 2024
DiVincenzo was leaning toward the Knicks, who were ready to hand him a four-year, $47 million contract. However, calculated individuals seek advice from those they trust most before making career-altering decisions. It turned out, he and Curry were thinking similarly. The two-time MVP dubbed New York as a quality fit. The Knicks needed an extra shooter — and the team already employed two regulars who were DiVincenzo’s best buds from Villanova, Jalen Brunson and Josh Hart. “Just looking at the depth chart and the role he could play, what they needed,” Curry said. “They were already a playoff team, starting to trend in the right direction. Then (there is) his familiarity with their players from college. That made it so he’d have the opportunity to go in and do exactly what he did for us. He’s a smart, high-IQ basketball player who plays defense.” -via The Athletic / February 28, 2024
A pivotal conversation with Warriors coach Steve Kerr set the tone for Kuminga’s production after the fact — and he’s been an aggressive force on both ends of the floor since. “It wasn’t an easy transition just going through everything that really happened,” Kuminga said of his chat with Kerr, which cleared up any miscommunications the two had and helped him to become more focused on his game. … For me to be in this situation, obviously it was just things that had to be spoken about and I don’t regret anything that happened because that kind of helped me to be where I am today. I feel like I deserve it. It’s just a matter of how to maintain the same pace and keep getting better and keep going.” -via New York Post / February 29, 2024
“Coming straight from Congo to a different country, I didn’t know 20 people at the time,” the 21-year-old Kuminga told The Post while at his first National Basketball Players Association clinic in Manhattan on Wednesday. “Trying to figure it out at the very young age, not knowing so many people. … It was tough. I mean, there is always ups and downs in life … but just moving from city to another city, it was a challenge.” -via New York Post / February 29, 2024

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