Stephen Curry’s shooting struggles continued against the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night as the Warriors fell to Chicago 87-94 in their first game post-Kevin Durant injury.
Curry did drop 23 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists in the defeat, but he was 10-27 from the field and 2-11 from downtown. Backcourt mate Klay Thompson didn’t fare much better either, as he shot an abysmal 5-22 on field goals and 1-11 on threes.
Over his last four games Curry is shooting 4-31 from behind the arc. Golden State has two days off before they square off against the New York Knicks on Sunday afternoon, so lets see if Stephen Curry can recharge and prepare himself to put on a dazzling shooting display inside of Madison Square Garden.