The Golden State Warriors showed their resiliency as a team after their 19-point comeback win against the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday.
Steph Curry made a huge three-pointer with 1:07 in the clock to put the Warriors up by five (115-110), despite shooting just 8-of-22 from the field.
He had 26 points, seven assists, and one rebound in 35 minutes of play. The Warriors improved to 7-6, and they are set to face San Antonio in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Curry admitted the Warriors will need to put a string of consecutive good performances to show that they are part of the elite teams in the NBA this season.
The Warriors put an end to a two-game losing streak and will play their next four out of five games at Chase Center vs. Spurs, Knicks, and Timberwolves (two times).