Golden State Warriors beat the team of  Los Angeles Clippers 144-98 in a game with incredible shooter inspiration by Stephen Curry. Curry scored impressive 25 points only in the third quarter, from total 43 points, and after a while reminds of last season. Kevin Durant scored 13 and Klay Thompson 16 points.

Los Angeles Clippers is one of the biggest rivals of the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference, and that was a motivation plus for “Warriors” to play one of the best matches of the season. Golden State won with 144-98 in a match in which literally everything worked flawlessly, and Stephen Curry was the man of action. The biggest star of the current champion was scoring from all positions, he even splashes a half-court buzzer beater at the end of the second quarter, eventually ending the match with 43 points.

I think the whole season, he’s been having an impact on the game that is kind of different from last year, where he maybe made 10 or 11 3s in the game. But this year, he’s still making the right plays in pick-and-roll, drawing three or four guys and kicking out,” Durant said to ESPN. “But then tonight, you see he gets hot so quick, and that’s not a coincidence. That’s just from him playing the right way. I want him to be himself.”