Warriors Stephen Curry goes out against Nets after a crushing loss

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The Brooklyn Nets had one of their most impressive wins of the season on Jan. 22 when they defeated the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors on their home court. After falling as much as 17 points behind in the competition, the committee allowed the Nets to bounce back. Five of their players scored double digits in the win.

But as impressive as the win was for the Nets, the loss was disappointing for the Warriors, who again struggled to pull off a win. Golden State star Stephen Curry didn’t hold back as he expressed disappointment after the game.

“Losing sucks, no matter what the reason. Losing is a terrible feeling and we hate it. Being 23-24 halfway through the season, we’ve seen a lot of that. So we have to bottle it and do something about it.” Curry said on NBC Sports Bay Area.

“I feel like no one is letting go of the rope, no one is thinking we can’t do it. That too is our challenge, not to get into the situation where we explain every other night why we didn’t get the job done.”

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Losing to the Nets by a late, Royce O’Neale’s clutch blade stings for the warriors. Especially after a delay Jaylen Brown three pointer sent the game into overtime in their Jan. 19 loss to the Boston Celtics. Curry says those losses came from the Warriors letting go of the reins too soon, putting themselves in a position where the game can be decided by a make or miss.

“Just not maintaining a high level of execution on both ends of the floor, letting the momentum drop, and then it’s a make-or-miss situation at the end,” Curry said via JER – Sports Journalist’s YouTube channel.

“Jaylen Brown hits those three, Royce O’Neale hits one tonight. They give the teams an opportunity to win the game, you know, with possession here, possession, it’s the NBA and we were on the wrong side. Where we hit each other in a certain part of the game that gives life to the other team and that’s what happens.”

The star of the night against the Warriors for the Nets was their starting point guard Kyrie Irving. After scoring a sizzling 48 points in her previous game against the Utah Jazz, Kyrie followed up with 38 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists.

Irving is no stranger to making big appearances in The Bay. Who could forget the shot that could be heard around the world as he hit a three-pointer over Curry in Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals that eventually sealed the win for Cleveland. After his great performance against Golden State, Irving expressed his appreciation for their fans.

“In terms of going up against the Warriors and being out here, it’s amazing to see the change here in San Francisco,” Irving said.

“I’m so used to going to Oakland to play the Warriors, but I still feel the same appreciation from the fans here. They still have championship fans. They expect a great product out there, they have great players. So I never take it for granted when I play here in this amazing arena, this new arena. I look forward to it in the future.”

The Warriors and the Nets will not see each other again in the regular season. But depending on how the rest of the season goes, there’s a chance they could meet in the NBA Finals.

Warriors Stephen Curry goes out against Nets after a crushing loss

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