Stephen Curry said he felt good all night, but not even he could have expected the offensive explosion he showcased from the second quarter of last night's game. Curry finished with 54-points (a career-high) as he tunred the World's Most Famous Arena into his own private Rucker Park. Curry scored 50-points in the final three-quarters of the encounter, and although the Warriors didn't come away with the win – losing 109-105- Curry won the respect of the Garden faithful with his shooting clinic.
"I felt good all night," said Curry. "I obviously played the whole game [so] I was trying to keep my legs underneath me on the offensive end, and stick to the game-plan on the defensive end, but once I started to see that three-ball go down in transition and from all spots on the floor; I knew it was going to be a good night."
A good night it was indeed, Curry began his onslaught in the second period, shooting 7/10, including 4/5 from distance to accumulate 23-points for the quarter. The half-time break didn't cool him down though, he