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Stephen Curry, Warriors break their own record with 142 points over Grizzlies

The Golden State led by Stephen Curry, went for an offensive explosion of 142 points against the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the NBA playoffs second-round series

Reem Abdalazem
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The Golden State led by Stephen Curry, went for an offensive explosion of 142 points against the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the NBA playoffs second-round series
JOHN G. MABANGLOEFE

The Golden State Warriors upset the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night with their 142-112 win in Game 3 of their second-round series.

Stephen Curry threw a haymaker at Memphis in the second half of the game making it impossible for the Grizzlies to recover, while the Warriors showed an unparalleled 142-point offensive attack that was their highest playoff tally throughout their empire’s history.

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Grizzlies started out strong; Warriors fired in second half

Memphis actually started out strong, with Ja Morant hitting a halfcourt buzzer-beater, but Golden State outscored them in the third quarter 37-23 making it difficult once again for the Grizzlies to get back up.

Eight-time All-Star Curry went for 30 points, Jordan Poole for 27, Klay Thompson for 21, and Andrew Wiggins for 17, while Jonathan Kuminga, who was making his first career playoff start, went for 18 points to help the Warriors finish with a 142-point explosion against the Grizzlies.

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