Curry, who was pushed to third place in scoring, will take it out against Chicago?
Stephen Curry, who has been playing career-high with 31.4 points per game this season, has been pushed down to third place in scoring per game.
Curry lost the match against No. 1 Luka Doncic, while Boston’s Jason Tatum scored a whopping 49 points in the match against Miami and rose to second place.
Will Curry, who brings the Chicago Bulls home on Saturday, be able to regain second place by exploding his firepower?
The showdown between Chicago and Golden State will be broadcast live exclusively on TV channel SPOTV ON and sports OTT service SPOTV NOW at 12 p.m. on the 3rd (Saturday).
Stephen Curry achieved his “career high” by averaging 32 points per game in the 20-21 season. This season also has 31.4 points so far, which is expected to break the previous record.
Will Curry, who was ranked second in the league’s overall average scoring category just a few days ago, be able to overcome his limitations? Attention is focusing on whether he will be able to score multiple points in the next game against Chicago and catch both his record and the team’s performance.
Chicago has decided to extend its trip with coach Billy Donovan, who showed “fresh basketball” early last season. He failed to show his endurance in the second half of the 21-22 season and finished sixth in the regular league, but he boasted a winning rate of nearly 70% from the opening to the end of the year with 23 wins and 10 losses.
However, it has yet to show such momentum this season. Since the opening, the winning rate has not exceeded 50% with 9 wins and 12 losses.
“Main gun” Dermadrojan is struggling with the most points in every game, but he has not easily entered the upward trend as he has never won more than two consecutive games throughout the season.
Both teams were defeated in the previous match. Rankings also hover in the middle and lower ranks side by side in the east and west.
Expectations are high whether Golden State, which boasts the aspect of a “home gangster” this season, will beat Chicago to make a leap forward or Chicago will set the stage for a rebound with a victory.