All-Star point guard Stephen Curry became the key players who scored the goals that allowed the Golden State Warriors to beat the Chicago Bulls 128-129 on the road this Sunday and get their first victory of the new season. Lee hit a 3-pointer with 1.7 seconds left and Curry scored 36 points to put him in front of the Warriors attack (1-2). With Chicago’s defense focused on Curry’s sharp shots, Lee He took advantage of a Golden State serve with five seconds left and shot from beyond the arc, which would make the difference in the victory of the Golden State team. Twitter platform went viral with the record-breaking moment of Steph Curry.
Curry made 11 of 25 shots from the field, including five of 15 triples, one day after he hit 105 consecutive triples at the end of training at the Bulls’ facility, with his first triple at the end of the first period, Curry became the third NBA player to reach 2,500 3-pointers, alongside Ray Allen (2,973) and Reggie Miller (2,560) – Sunday’s game was the 702nd game of Curry’s NBA career. Allen played 1,300 games and Miller reached 1,389 as professionals. Canadian forward Andrew Wiggins also played a key role in the Warriors’ victory by coming within the door of a double-double with 19 points, nine rebounds, four assists and a block. While power forward Kelly Oubre Jr. still failed to find his best touch on the wrist, missing 13 of 16 shots from the field he made, which left him with eight goals, but led the inside game by grabbing 11 rebounds and recovering four balls.
Guard Zach LaVine had 33 points and came close to scoring the winning shot for Chicago, which has not won this season, with a mid-range shot five seconds from the end. Center Wendell Carter Jr. hit a double-double of 22. points, 13 rebounds and four assists, while Finnish power forward Lauri Markkanen added another 22 goals for the Bulls (0-3), who remain winless under new coach Billy Donoan, who last season coached the Thunder of Oklahoma City. The Bulls lost 24 balls and Markkanen was benched in the final minutes with an apparent injury to his right leg.
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