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Golden State Warriors had the opportunity to improve their record and climb the ladder in the Western Conference in the game vs. the Timberwolves.

Stephen Curry was frustrated after another disappointing outing against Minnesota, which is struggling this season having one of the worst records in the NBA.

(via Anthony Slater of the Athletic):

“Practice, film, put it together in games. We’re not going to talk our way through it. I’m trying to give you as much as (I) can about what’s wrong, but it’s on us to figure that out if we want to make this season mean anything,” Curry said after Thursday’s loss.

Curry was great again doing his part for the most of it, however the Warriors fell short again. The two-time MVP finished Thursday’s contest with 37 points, six rebounds and eight assists.

The Warriors are still in the play-in tournament conversation, however they have less than 10 games in the regular season to figure it out and remain in the contention for a playoff spot.