Steph Curry cut a frustrated figure following the Golden State Warriors’ 31-point loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday night.
LeBron James recorded his 98th career triple-double in his team’s 128-97 win, scoring 22 points along with 10 rebounds and 11 assists while Curry, who became his side’s all-time assists leader, posted 27 points, three rebounds, and two assists.
Despite his milestone, Curry was very disappointed after the game, as one would expect.
“We’ve got to play better,” he told reporters, per ESPN. “We have to develop a winning attitude every single night, and honestly, we’ve got to get sick of getting blown out, because that’s embarrassing. We have to have some pride about how we’re playing. You can lose games – that’s going to happen – but not like that.”
The 20-20 Warriors have been the picture of inconsistency this season. They beat the Utah Jazz, the team boasting the league’s best record, 131-119 on Saturday but have since recorded a 31-point reverse against the Lakers.
Asked if there were any positives to be taken from Monday’s loss, Steph replied, “Absolutely nothing.”