Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors reacts after a play against the Charlotte Hornets during their game at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, Feb. 25, 2019. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images


  • The Golden State Warriors lost by 26 to the Los Angeles Clippers in their first game back from the All-Star break
  • Steph Curry scored 14 points in the loss
  • Curry was caught on camera yelling at his teammates

Stephen Curry had himself quite the memorable All-Star Weekend.

Last Sunday in Atlanta, the Golden State Warriors star guard won the Three-Point Shootout for the second time in his NBA career.

Later on that night, Curry scored 28 points on 8 three-pointers made and put on a shooting clinic to help Team LeBron defeat Team Durant, 170-150.

The superb showing in the All-Star Game was exactly the momentum that Curry needed heading into the all-important second half of the NBA season.

Steph Curry, 2021 3-Point Shootout
Steph Curry kisses the 2021 NBA 3-Point Shootout trophy @NBA on Instagram

However, the reality is that Curry doesn’t have the likes of LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo or Damian Lillard around him in the Bay Area.

In their first game off the All-Star break, Curry and the Warriors were on the losing end of a 26-point blowout at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers.

Curry scored just 14 points and was one of eight from deep, a far cry from his All-Star Game output.

During the game, cameras caught a visibly frustrated Curry egging his teammates on.

In the game, the Warriors were outrebounded by the Clippers, 56-44, which is probably why Curry was telling his teammates to get to the ball or something along those lines.

It hasn’t been a pretty good year for the Warriors, who were perennial finals contenders just two years ago. Injuries and roster reshuffles have plagued the once dynastic Warriors, who have been at the bottom half of the standings for the last two seasons now.

Still, there’s some hope for the Warriors this season, who are in the playoff hunt. The franchise is currently 10th in the Western Conference at 19-19. They’re in the run for the play-in tournament.

Curry, as expected, has been leading the way for the Dubs, averaging 29.7 points, 6.3 assists, and 5.5 rebounds per game.

While the Warriors are obviously sorely missing the services of Klay Thompson, Curry’s supporting cast has been pretty solid. Andrew Wiggins, Kelly Oubre and rookie James Wiseman are all averaging double-digits in scoring, while point-forward Draymond Green is leading the team in assists with 8.6 per contest.