"Curry In A Hurry" isn't simply the name of several Indian food restaurants scattered around the country. It's also the Golden State Warriors plan in case of a fourth-quarter deficit.
With the Warriors trailing the Dallas Mavericks by 10- points with 10 minutes remaining on Wednesday night, the sharp-shooting guard scored 16 of his team's final 27 points and assisted on three other made field goal attempts during that span. He capped this one-man rally with the game-winning shot in the final seconds.
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"He's a great player and an all-time great shooter," Warriors coach Mark Jackson said after his team's 95-93 win, via The Associated Press. "I've seen Steph Curry every single day take that shot hundreds and hundreds of times, thousands of times, so when the curtains open up you expect it to go in."