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No basketball player on the planet can claim that they are better than Steph Curry right now.

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By Hina 11.17.2022

The current NBA Finals MVP is playing like a regular-season MVP, averaging 32.8 points, 6.8 rebounds and 6.4 rebounds per game so far this season.

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On Wednesday night in Phoenix, Curry scored 50 points on an astonishing 78 accurate shooting percentage.

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It was a performance for the ages – the kind of game that should have been the backbone of a vigorous warrior's victory.

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The Warriors had won the last nine games in which Curry scored 50 or more points.

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Instead, Golden State lost by 11 points on Wednesday to fall to 6-9 on the season.

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And for their superstars and this team's chances of repeating as champions, this can't go on for much longer.

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Golden State has layers of issues – poor performance on offense, defense and its collective team spirit.

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Worse, it's a new issue every night for the dub. Even after winning, something is left behind.

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Outside of Curry, the only Warriors who can be relied upon to top the innings on a nightly basis is Kevon Looney. Compounding the bad vibes.

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The Warriors are only three games ahead of the NBA's worst record. They are only 4.5 games behind the top seed in the Western Conference.

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