After playing three close quarters against Nike-sponsored Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder, Curry’s team exploded for 39 points in the fourth quarter to pull away with a 121-106 victory over the Western Conference foe.
Curry, wearing a tonal blue, white and gold player’s edition of his latest signature shoe with Under Armour, the Curry Two, dropped a game-high 33 points in 37 minutes of play, despite only shooting 5-of-15 from long range. Anta-sponsored Klay Thompson scored 22 points in the win.
Durant, wearing a black, white and orange player’s edition of his Nike signature shoe, the KD8, led all Oklahoma City scoring with 32 points. Jordan Brand-sponsored Russell Westbrook posted 22 points for the Thunder in a white, black and orange player’s edition of the Air Jordan XXX.
Curry and the Warriors recorded their 44th consecutive home win, tying the mark set during the 1995-96 season by the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls, a team that went on to set the NBA’s best all-time regular season record of 72-10. Jordan Brand commemorated the record last year with the release of the Air Jordan 12 Retro “72-10.”