News – US – Curry leads Warriors past Knicks as fans return to MSG


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NEW YORK – Stephen Curry greeted fans with another big night in the building at Madison Square Garden He scored 37 points and led the Golden State Warriors to a 114-106 victory over the New York Knicks on Tuesday

Curry, who owns a 50-point game and a triple-double in the arena, returned after an absence from a game to make the tiebreaking 3-pointer 3:38 in the second half, he scored 26 Points, adding six rebounds and six assists

This performance was in the first NBA game at Madison Square Garden with fans since the Knicks on Aug. Had won against Detroit on March 23, days before the season was suspended as coronavirus was on the verge of beating New York

Julius Randle went from the high of his first All-Star selection to the low when he was kicked out in the final seconds after his second technical foul. He had 25 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists

Gov Andrew Cuomo allowed New York’s arenas to open to fans at a 10% capacity, which is roughly 2000 at Madison Square Garden meant they cheered the curtsey early on, but there was that familiar palpable groan after sales during a dismal third-quarter stretch when the Warriors opened a 13-point lead

New York bounced back and had the game tied at 97 before Curry’s 3-pointer. About two minutes later, he turned a three-point game into 105-100 and helped finish it on the foul line

Kelly Oubre Jr added 19 points and Andrew Wiggins had 16 for the Warriors who got the centers James Wiseman and Kevon Looney back from injuries and won for the first time after two heavy losses on their four-game journey.They went 14 points clear in the fourth quarter Leadership and lost in Orlando by four points They fell 102-100 in Charlotte when Draymond Green got two technical fouls and was thrown in the last few seconds before Terry Rozier made a jumper on the buzzer

Randle became the first Knicks player to be selected for the All-Star Game since Kristaps Porzingis in 2018 Randle addressed the crowd before the game, but the beginning of his remarks was drowned out by fans saying “MVP! MVP! ”

Warriors: Juan Toscano-Anderson, the striker on a two-way contract who started the last 10 games while the centers were empty, did not play Birthday

Knicks: Elfrid Payton scored 20 points and Derrick Rose had 16 A message from Randle’s mother congratulating him on his All-Star selection was played during a break in the first half

“I think we all know what basketball means to this city, so we’re excited about it,” he said before the game

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said the games the Warriors played in front of fans had a different vibe

“Just a few thousand fans make a difference,” he said. “It just feels more normal and real. The crowd noise actually shows up at exactly the right time and not like a sitcom”

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