Stephen Curry had another stellar performance Sunday leading the Golden State Warriors to a 119-131 win over the Utah Jazz.
After the Warriors snapped a four-game losing streak, head coach Steve Kerr talked about the key element that propelled the ‘Dubs’ to the win.
“We wanted to be the aggressor the entire night. I think when you do that you have a better chance of establishing a front, kind of a wall, a mentality, who you’re going to be,” Kerr said. “That’s how you win games, how you dig out of a four-game losing streak, with your defense.”
The duo of Curry and Green dominated the Jazz on Sunday’s matchup. The two-time MVP finished with a game-high 32 points on 10-of-20 shooting from the field, including a 6-of-9 from long distance.
On the other hand, Draymond Green was also impressive recording his 26th career triple-double. He had 11 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists.
The Warriors improved to 20-19 snapping a four-game losing streak.