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Steph Curry admits Warriors were ‘whooped’ by brilliant Boston

Steph Curry scored just four points and conceded the Golden State Warriors had got “whooped” by the Boston Celtics.

Curry missed all nine of his three-point attempts in a poor display that was mirrored by his Warriors team-mates as the Celtics cruised to a 140-88 triumph.

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He didn’t emerge for the second half with the game done at the midway point with Boston holding a franchise-record 44 point-lead.

“The way that they’ve been playing, they seem very sure of themselves in their identity and who they are,” said Curry, who has been struggling with a knee injury. 

“Give them credit. They came out and whooped us tonight from the jump, and it was one of those perfect storms of a rough [day] on our end and them taking it to us.”

As bad as Golden State were, it was another stellar display from the Celtics as they extended their winning streak to 11 games.

“Boston were amazing,” Golden State coach Steve Kerr said.

“They’ve been on the brink for six, seven years. A great organisation, always been really well-coached, continuity, they have everything that it takes. 

“I think in this league, it always requires some luck to win a championship. Sometimes things break your way, sometimes they don’t, but the idea is to give yourself a chance as many times in a row as you can, and they’ve done a great job of that. I think it’s just a matter of time before they break through, and this is I think the best version that we’ve seen of this team.

“We weren’t beating them today. This was not a day off for Steph, though he probably could have used one. He’s played so well and for so long this year, hopefully the next few days he’ll get it recharged.”

Jaylen Brown led Boston with 29 points as the Celtics recorded their third-largest winning margin in franchise history.

“It feels great, but, at the same time, it’s always within humility,” Brown said. 

“We don’t take the game for granted. We didn’t come and mess around and that’s just how we show our respect to the game, we handle business and take care of it. It’s a lot of respect for the Golden State Warriors, but we feel like it’s our time now.”

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