Curry leads Golden State to bounce back and defeat the Bucks

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Stephen Curry

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 125-90 thanks to 29 points from Stephen Curry as they overcame a heartbreaking loss.

On Sunday, Golden State, the seven-time NBA champions, lost to the Boston Celtics by an incredible 52 points.

But on Wednesday at San Francisco’s Chase Centre, they exploded for 40 points in the first quarter and added 38 more in the second to build a commanding 78-58 lead.

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“For us to respond the way we did coming home was big,” Curry stated.

“Due to the nature of the NBA, it’s easy to lose sight of the work we’ve done over the past month and a half and the identity we’re attempting to develop after you get hit by a bus like we did in Boston.

“For us to be able to turn the page, play with conviction and confidence after a beatdown like that, it shows what we’re trying to build and who we are.”

With a record of six straight wins, the Warriors had not lost since the All-Star break.

With 23 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee’s scorers. With a 41-22 record, his team maintains second place in the Eastern Conference, while Golden State improved to 33-28 to take ninth place in the Western Conference.

The Orlando Magic defeated the Washington Wizards 119-109 to extend their winning streak to five games in another game.

In the second quarter, the Magic were behind 21 points, but Franz Wagner’s 28 points helped them come back and win.

The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Houston Rockets 122-116 after trailing by 20 points in the second quarter, while the Los Angeles Lakers fell short against the Sacramento Kings 130-120.

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