Steve Kerr explains Steph Curry’s unique style of play after win vs. Minnesota

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We all know Steph Curry is unique as a player, as he once again took a game over despite having lapses in concentration throughout the matchup vs. Minnesota on Monday.

In particular, the three-time NBA champion went 2-for-6 from the field in the third quarter recording two unforced turnovers that led to two easy layups.

However, he bounced back in the fourth quarter to register 15 points in a span of three minutes and led the Golden State Warriors to an easy victory over the slumping Wolves.

Steve Kerr described how it feels to go through the motions with the ‘Stephen Curry experience’.

(via NBC Sports):

“Steph is such a unique player — he had 36 points, he completely took over the game. And yet the way the game started, he looked out of it. He wasn’t locked in, he wasn’t focused.”

“It’s kind of all part of the Steph Curry experience to be honest with you. He just looks like he’s having so much fun out there all the time, and sometimes he’s out there playing and gets a little careless…every once in a while, we gotta reel him in and get him to lock in to take care of the ball.”

Curry finished the contest vs. the Wolves with 36 points on 11-of-21 shooting. He also made seven threes having also three assists and four rebounds.

The Warriors took a much-needed win to to improve to 9-8. On the other hand, the Timberwolves fell to 4-12.