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Stephen Curry Says Tonight Was Fun As He Celebrates His Career-High 62 Points Against Trail Blazers

Stephen Curry Says Tonight Was Fun As He Celebrates His Career-High 62 Points Against Trail Blazers

Golden State Warriors sharp-shooter Stephen Curry has just updated his Instagram feed and revealed what he thinks about his career-high 62 points against Portland Trail Blazers.

As we all know, Golden State Warriors did not start the league very well and were able to win 2 wins after 5 games. The most important reason for this failure was shown as Stephen Curry.

Curry exploded these criticisms with his statements and said he did not think it was fair to make these criticisms after only 5 games.

On Sunday evening, Warriors and Trail Blazers faced off at the Chase Center in San Francisco. Stephen Curry and his teammates managed to beat Damian Lillard’s Portland. Curry reached a career-high by scoring 62 points and responded to all criticism in this way.

The 32-year-old point guard celebrated his career-high points on Instagram with a photo of himself taken right after the game. Curry had the Chase Center’s nets and the game ball for the career-high points. In the other photo, it was a photograph of his teammate and brother-in-law, Damion Lee, celebrating with cold water while Curry was interviewing.

Stephen Curry also left a message consisting of his sincere thoughts about the game in the caption and said that ‘tonight was fun.’

Here’s what Stephen Curry captioned:

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

Professional shooting coach Chris Matthews, aka Lethal Shooter, commented:

“Respect bro. Motivation. You took have officially took The Art of Shooting to another level.”

Another IG user said:

You’re different.”

See the Instagram post below.

On the other hand, Stephen Curry’s wife, Ayesha made a statement right after her husband’s major success. She shared a video of her husband during the post-game interview and said that she is proud of him.

Here’s what she wrote:

“So proud!!! 62?! Year 12?! Goodness. Best part is he’ll be excited about it sure, BUT it’s more about the team wins for him. That’s what makes him so special. Love you @stephencurry30 #dubnation foreverrrr. @warriors… @dami0nlee clutch with @drinkoxigen celebration FTW!!!!”

See Ayesha Curry’s post below.

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