By Justin Albright Posted May 07, 2013
After having a tough series against the Denver Nuggets, Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors are hoping to keep up their solid play against the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs had the advantage of having a long layoff between series since they swept the injury-riddled Los Angeles Lakers.
Stephen Curry has been on fire lately, as he’s shooting an incredible 44.9% from the three-point line. He averaged 24.3 points and 9.3 assists in the series against the Nuggets, so look for him to keep up his stellar play against a much older Spurs team.
The Spurs, however, are one of the oldest teams in the league, but they are still dominant, as they swept the Lakers by an average of 18.3 points in every game. The Spurs are also led by a stellar point guard Tony Parker, and superstar forward, Tim Duncan. Duncan and Parker had their way with the Lakers, which led to a large differential on the scoreboard.
The matchup between Stephen Curry and Tony Parker should be very entertaining, but Stephen Curry will keep up his incredible shooting performance, and lead the Warriors to win the series in six games.