Stephen Curry Lights Up Chase Center in Win Over Sixers

Curry One of Three Players With 37+ Points, 8+ 3-Pointers and 70+ FG% in a Game This Season

Stephen Curry scored 37 points — including 15 in the third quarter — in the Warriors' 119-107 win over the Philadelphia 76ers at Chase Center on Tuesday. Curry also finished a game-high plus-26 with a team-high eight rebounds and tied for a team-high seven assists. Jonathan Kuminga (26) and Andrew Wiggins (23) joined Curry to eclipse 20 points.

Despite being the shortest team in the league with an average height of 6'5, the Warriors limited the NBA's leading scorer, Joel Embiid — fresh off a 70-point game last week — to just 14 points on 5-for-18 shooting with eight turnovers.

Golden State Warriors Highlights vs. Philadelphia 76ers

Team Leaders
Curry - 37Curry - 8Curry - 7
Kuminga - 26Kuminga - 7Šarić - 7
Wiggins - 23Green/Podziemski - 6Green - 6
Harris - 26Harris - 10Korkmaz - 3
Korkmaz - 19Embiid - 7Beverley/Embiid - 2
Oubre Jr. - 15Oubre Jr. - 6Harris/Springer - 2

The Warriors jumped out to a 21-9 run to begin the third quarter, with Stephen Curry scoring 15 of those points. Curry hit four 3-pointers, including a step-back splash in which he also drew a foul on former Warrior Kelly Oubre Jr. and converted the four-point play. 

With several members of the Super Bowl bound San Fransisco 49ers in attendance, Draymond Green played quarterback during the Warriors' third-quarter run, assisting on four field goals, including two Curry 3-pointers. 

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Stephen Curry became one of three players this season to score at least 37 points, hit at least eight 3-pointers and shoot over 70 percent (12-for-17, 70.6 FG%) from the field, joining Jalen Brunson and Luka Doncic. Brunson scored 50 points and hit nine 3-pointers on Dec. 15, and Luka Doncic scored 73 points — the most in a single game since Kobe Bryant — last Friday. 

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Rookie Brandin Podziemski was selected for the NBA's Rising Stars game, taking place during All-Star weekend. Podziemski started on Tuesday in place of Klay Thompson (illness), tallying 11 points, six rebounds, and five assists. 

Brandin Podziemski gets the And-1

The Warriors will play a road back-to-back facing the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday (5 p.m) and the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday (4:30 p.m.).


  • Golden State improved to 13-13 at home and 20-24 overall… The Warriors improved to 9-5 vs. Eastern Conference opponents and have won three of their last four meetings against the East.  
  • The Warriors have won 10 of their last 12 home games vs. the 76ers, including the last three consecutively… Golden State has won 16 of its last 21 games vs. Philadelphia overall.
    • The Warriors lead their season series with the 76ers, 1-0… The teams face in the second and final game of the season series on February 7 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.  
  • Golden State deployed its 16th unique starting lineup of the season.
  • The Warriors improved to 8-2 this season in games they shoot at least 50% from the field and dish out 30-plus assists.
    • Tonight marked their 17th 30-assist game of the season (10-7 in those games).
    • Golden State shot 55.7 percent from the field, improving to 10-2 this season when shooting 50 percent-or-higher from the field.
    • Warriors have made at least 55 percent of their field goal attempts in three of their last four contests (56.0% vs. ATL, 55.8% vs. SAC, 55.7% vs. PHI).
  • The Warriors tallied a season-low 13 bench points (prev. 22, 1/27 vs. LAL).
  • Tonight marked the Warriors’ 503rd consecutive sellout, the longest streak in franchise history. 
  • Stephen Curry scored a game-high 37 points, his 17th game of 30-or-more points this season, including the last three consecutively.
    • He’s averaging 38.7 points on 53.8% from the field and 47.9% from 3-point range (7.7 threes made per game) over his last three games. 
    • Tonight marked the 10th -career time he has made eight-or-more threes in consecutive games (last: 11/16 to 11/18/21)… His career-best streak of games with eight-plus threes is three (done twice).  
    • Curry has tallied 25-plus points in 10 of his last 11 contests.
  • Brandin Podziemski started his 11th-career game and recorded his 21stouting of double-figure scoring.
    • He drew his 20th charge of the season, good for second among all players. 
    • Early today, he was named to 2024 Panini Rising Stars roster. 
  • Jonathan Kuminga recorded 20-or-more points in his seventh consecutive game, extending a career-long streak… Tonight marked his 10th game of 20-plus points on the season.
    • During his seven game 20-point streak he’s averaging 25.1 points on 61.9% from the field and 64.5% from 3-point range.
  • Andrew Wiggins tallied his sixth game of 20-or-more points, including the last two games consecutively… He’s scored in double-figures in six of the last seven games, including the last five consecutively.
  • Kevon Looney has played in 237 consecutive regular season games (eighth-longest in franchise history) and 272 consecutive regular season and playoff games (seventh-longest), both the second-longest active streaks in the NBA.