Tiwala lang--Kerr
(Pang-masa) - May 7, 2019 - 12:00am

HOUSTON - Naniniwala si Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr na maibabalik ni star guard Stephen Curry ang kanyang shooting touch laban sa Rockets sa Game Four ng kanilang Western Conference semifinal series.

 “No matter how good you are, you’re going to have some bad games, and just a tough night for him. It just didn’t happen,” ani Kerr kay Curry.

Sa 121-126 overtime loss ng Golden State laban sa Houston sa Game Three noong Sabado ay nagtala si Curry ng 7-of-23 fieldgoal shooting at naimintis ang pitio sa kanyang siyam na three-point attempts sa Toyota Center.

Hindi rin naipasok ni Curry ang kanyang layup pati ang isang dunk sa krusyal na bahagi ng laro.

“It was just one of those nights,” sabi ni Curry, nagtala ng 18.3 points per game average para sa Warriors sa semifinals series nila ng Rockets. “I was aggressive early, tried to get to my spots and take shots. Over the course of my 44 minutes, it wasn’t my night.”

Tangan pa rin ng Golden State ang 2-1 bentahe sa kanilang serye ng Houston.

“We still had a couple of chances to win down the stretch. Obviously, I’m thinking of what I can do better and elevate my game, and I’m looking forward to Monday,” dagdag ni Curry.

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