It’s extremely rare to hear Fans of the team you’re playing against begin MVP chants for you. Especially, when their own team has 2 potential MVP level players on the floor for them. But with Steph Curry, all logic flies out the window when you see the way he lights up the court. With his 28 points per game and the best record in the league, its no shock any and all NBA fans think Curry deserves his 3rd MVP honors.
Steph getting MVP chants in Brooklyn pic.twitter.com/dN9HMHcGhK
— Chano (@chanodesigns) November 17, 2021
Tonight, he played the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets, before the season begun, looked most likely to completely dominate the NBA. But with the Kyrie drama and James Harden being heavily affected by the Rule changes, the Nets are just disappointing. Not bad, just disappointing.
Tonight, Kevin Durant scored just 19 points on 6/19 shooting and just 2/6 from behind the arc. Harden led the scoring for the Nets but even he did not shoot efficiently. As a team the Nets lost in every statistical category. Field Goal percentage, 3 point %, Free Throw %, Rebounds, Assists, Blocks, Fast Break points and even Points in the Paint. There was no chance that the Nets deserved to win this game and they did not.
The Warriors scored about 100 points in just the first 3 quarters. That scoring outburst was led by Steph Curry who scored 37 points on 63% from the field and 64% from the 3. His performance was so dominant that the Brooklyn Nets fans began MVP chants for Steph Curry. The Warriors won the game 117-99 and got their 12th win of the season in just 14th games played.
Do you think this current Warriors team can break their own record of most wins in a regular season?