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Steph Curry helped the Golden State Warriors earn a win over the New Orleans Pelicans by dropping 41 points in 35 minutes of play. The 33-year-old superstar has taken his team on his shoulders this season, as Klay Thompson has been ruled out for another year.

The Warriors guard Juan Toscano-Anderson spoke highly of Curry after he provided yet another impressive performance. He compared the former NBA MVP to a legendary boxer Mike Tyson.

“I know how to fight, but if I got Mike Tyson on my side, I have all the confidence in the world because I know Mike Tyson is knocking anybody out with a haymaker. So I got Steph Curry on my basketball team and I feel good,” Toscano-Anderson said, per Wes Goldberg.

This season, Curry is averaging 31.3 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.8 assists per game for Golden State. The Dubs are currently sitting in the eighth place in the Western Conference and are in a position to secure a spot in the Play-In Tournament.