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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry put up yet another 30-point game in a losing effort against the Dallas Mavericks. He's had 10 games with 30 points and 13 games with 30 or more which includes two 40-point efforts and a 50-point game. The superstar point guard posted 32 points, five rebounds, and five assists while shooting 11-for-24 overall and 5-for-14 from beyond the arc. He's still making everyone happy in the fantasy world, but the Warriors continue to lose while Curry produces some of his biggest games.
Golden State Warriors forward/center Draymond Green finished Sunday's 137-114 win over Minnesota with his first double-double of the season. He posted a game-high 11 assists and scored a season-high 19 points on 6-for-7 shooting. In 33 minutes on the floor, Green also picked up four rebounds and swatted away two shots, whilst shooting 1-for-2 from deep The four-time All-Star typically fills the box score each night and Green didn't disappoint on Sunday. He hasn't been quite at his best this campaign, but Green is having his best offensive season since 2017-18 and his level of play has gone up lately. Next up, Green will get a pair of ugly matchups against the snail-paced Mavericks and a Chicago team that rebounds the ball well.
Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins (rest) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. The team has already ruled out Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green for rest purposes. It wouldn't be shocking to see Wiggins sit out as well. It's the second night of a back-to-back set, so the Warriors are going to rest most of their starters. That being said, Moses Moody, Jonathan Kuminga and Anthony Lamb are all possible streaming options for Monday's slate.
Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson played like his old self on Sunday versus Houston, hitting 10 treys and leading all scorers with 41 points in a 127-120 win. Thompson last scored more points in a regular-season game in January 2019. The veteran sniper shot 14-for-23 overall from the field and capped off his night with four rebounds, three assists and two steals. The Splash Brothers were in full swing here as Stephen Curry went for 33 points. The defending champions are back in action Monday against New Orleans and Thompson has yet to play both games in a back-to-back set, so he'll likely head to the sidelines to cool off a bit. But the five-time All-Star should be brimming with confidence right now and will look to terrorize the Clippers and Utah later in the week.
Golden State Warriors forward/center JaMychal Green (wrist) is a late addition to the injury report ahead of Friday's matchup against the Knicks. He is dealing with right wrist soreness and is considered questionable for the game. Green has been a solid backup player for the Warriors, averaging 4.8 points a night with 4.5 rebounds in 17 minutes. His absence will open up minutes for Anthony Lamb and Jonathan Kuminga. With the latter struggling for form this season, Lamb looks like the better option of the two, and he has been a nice addition to the rotation this month, averaging 9.8 points with 4.0 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.0 steals. He could really explode with bigger minutes, but only time will tell if the opportunity arises.