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Steph Curry Silences Haters With Epic 62-Point Career High Game

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Golden State Warriors baller Steph Curry heard the chatter, and he wants everyone to know he’s THE man despite struggling to find his rhythm throughout the first week of the regular season. More inside…

Silence to all the haters!

Steph Curry was struggling during the first week of the regular NBA season. But, he put all of that noise to rest after the Golden State Warriors went up against the Trail Blazers. The Warriors beat the Blazers 137-122 and Steph made sure to show out to clinch the win.

The 32-year-old NBA Champ missed nearly the entire last season as he was healing from a broken hand. But, he’s back back. During the game against the Trail Blazers, Steph scored a whopping 62 points! He now holds the title for the highest-scoring game in the league this season (even though it’s still early).

ESPN reports:

Curry, whose previous career high was 54, became the first player since Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant in 2005 to score at least 30 points in each half of a game, according to Elias Sports Bureau research. Curry, who scored 22 in the first quarter, marking the 27th time in his career he has scored at least 20 in a quarter, scored 31 in Sunday's first half and 31 in the second half.

"I think that was right up there with the majority of them, with the best of them," Warriors forward Draymond Green said. "Just because of all the talk that's been going around. To come out -- I could see it from the very first possession. I told [Kevon Looney] early in the game, you keep screening and get in his way, he's not passing. Something's going on. He's shooting the ball. It was great to see, though. He came out looking like a man on a mission. And that was right up there with one of his best performances that I've witnessed."

Curry's performance left teammates and coaches, many of whom have grown accustomed to seeing him do unbelievable things throughout his career, in awe. What made this particular game different was that it took place in front of only a hundred people or so inside Chase Center due to local health regulations that currently do not allow fans in the arena because of the coronavirus pandemic.

After the game, Steph took to IG to celebrate the win and his record breaking stats:

 

”Tonight was fun! Sometimes you don’t have to say anything. Stay present, stay in the moment...Have fun. All glory to God,” he captioned.

Of course…

 

 

His wife, Ayesha Curry, was in attendance to cheer her hubby on.

 

 

Congrats! Keep prving them wrong, Steph!

 

Tonight, the Warriors go up against the Sacramento Kings.

 

Photo: AP Photo/Kathy Willens

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