Ominous statistics show how alone Stephen Curry is at the Golden State Warriors

According to experts, Stephen Curry must explode for the Golden State Warriors to win. If not, the team is almost certain to fail.

Since the start of the 2023-24 NBA Regular Season, 6 players have been honored as ‘Player of the Week’, divided equally between the two regions.

These names include Nikola Jokic, Tyrese Maxey, Stephen Curry, Jayson Tatum, Anthony Edwards and Joel Embiid. Among them, the most prominent name is Stephen Curry, owner of an average of 30.7 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game.

Stephen Curry was just honored as the best player of the week in the West

Stephen Curry played excellently, the Golden State Warriors’ performance was only 6 wins in 11 matches, reaching a win rate of 54%.

This 6-5 number is far behind the Philadelphia 76ers (8-1), Boston Celtics (8-2), Timberwolves (7-2) or Denver Nuggets (8-2), teams that have had players receive the title. Player of The Week.

The above statistics show that Stephen Curry is one of the top players in the West or even the entire NBA at the present time.

But with the satellites playing inconsistently, the Warriors still could not convert Curry’s excellent performances into victories.
Although Stephen Curry played very explosively, the Warriors still did not have a good record
To further emphasize Curry’s loneliness and helplessness, another ominous stat was just pointed out by editor Malika Andrews on the air of NBA Today.

This season, there have been 125 players scoring more than 20 points in a match, with an average of 4 players per team achieving this.

The Golden State Warriors alone have only one name who has ever scored over 20 points, none other than Stephen Curry.
Stephen Curry is the only Warriors player to score over 20 points while other teams have an average of 4 players doing this. 


And also related to the above index, the “chef” is leading the entire NBA with 11 games scoring over 20 points.

Since the beginning of the season, Curry has scored over 20 points every time he plays (his lowest game is currently 21 points). vs Sacramento Kings).

But in these 11 matches, Golden State only had 6 wins and received 5 defeats, including 4 losses in the last 5 appearances.

In addition to leader Stephen Curry, who carries the majority of Golden State’s offense, the remaining names such as Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Chris Paul and Draymond Green are all “submerged”.

Klay Thompson is a rare player who is somewhat stable in scoring, averaging 16.1 points per game in the first 10 games since the beginning of the season.

But his performance is quite low with only 34.7% 3PT (far worse than last season’s 41.2% 3PT).

The most blameworthy is probably Andrew Wiggins when this All-Star player is only scoring 10.5 points/game, almost half of his career average of 19.0 PPG.
Golden State’s shooting rate is reaching 44.8% FG after 11 games, ranking 5th from the bottom among 30 teams in the NBA. 
For experts, Stephen needs to explode for the Warriors to win. On the day he doesn’t play, Golden State’s ability to win the match will decrease significantly.

Of course, Stephen Curry will still shine like that, just like he has done throughout his career to maximize Golden State’s ability to win.

But while Stephen’s stats are getting higher and higher, the Warriors need to find ways to support their superstar to ease the burden of attacking and scoring points.

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