Post Up: Curry Can’t Miss

Stephen Curry detonates for 51 points, while the Pelicans hand OKC third loss in four games.
by February 26, 2016

Warriors 130 (52-5), Magic 114 (25-31)

Not only did Stephen Curry become the all-time leader in consecutive games with a three-pointer, he scored 51 points with just one free-throw attempt. Curry couldn’t miss from deep, going 10-15 from three—including this halfcourt buzzer-beater:

Bucks 107 (24-34), Celtics 112 (34-25)

Isaiah Thomas scored a game-high 27 points and essentially sealed the win with a ridiculous no-look pass.

Thunder 119 (41-17), Pelicans 123 (23-34)

The severely undermanned Pelicans played incredible team ball to overcome big individual nights by Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. OKC has now lost three of their last four games.

Nets 116 (16-42), Suns 106 (14-44)

Bojan Bogdanovic scored a team-high 24 points as Brooklyn snapped a seven-game road losing streak. Mirza Teletovic scored 30 points against his former team.

Spurs 96 (49-9), Jazz 78 (28-29)

Kawhi Leonard (29 points) and LaMarcus Aldridge (15 points) were too much for the Jazz, who played a close game through three quarters. San Antonio got hot in the fourth, outscoring Utah 31-21.

Rockets 119 (29-29), Blazers 105 (30-28)

In a game with Playoff implications, James Harden scored 34 of his 46 points in the second half to lead Houston back from a 21-point deficit.