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Despite a significant comeback after returning from the locker room, the Warriors lost on Tuesday night. It must be said that after Steph Curry’s first half it was difficult to win.

Considered by many to be the MVP this season, Steph Curry should be wary of the competition. Nikola Jokic is a name that comes up often, although the Nuggets’ record (17-16) doesn’t help. On the other hand, Kevin Durant has serious arguments, the stats, the victories: the winger could well grab a new personal title, and we can not say that it would be undeserved.

A very interesting race to follow in the coming weeks, in which Curry must shine. We know there will be more complicated moments, like this Tuesday night, for example, against Denver. Steve Kerr’s men lost 89-86 as they came up with a big comeback.

Without covid victim Draymond Green, the Dubs quickly sank in the first half to the point where it was thought the game was already over. The advance of the Nuggets? 29 points, you read that correctly. But when we see Curry’s abysmal stats after 24 minutes, we understand better why.

Clumsiness, or big defense of the Nuggets? We are more inclined towards the first option, since the Chef has woken up, just like his team. The Dubs glued to their opponent in the final, before losing. Steph still finished with 23 points at 6/16 shooting, proof that he saved the furniture, like this shoot:

Despite a wake-up call, the Warriors lost at home. Very frustrating disappointment given the scenario, but the absences begin to weigh on Golden State. Without Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, or Jordan Poole, life is tough.

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