Warriors beat Lakers with unusual play by Curry

The NBA is back, bringing excitement to basketball lovers. Several teams have already started a kind of pre-season, warming up for the 82 games that will determine the desired champion. In this scenario, the Golden State Warriors faced the Los Angeles Lakers and emerged victorious with a score of 125 to 108.

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The Warriors counted on their stars and managed to overcome LeBron James’ team and his teammates, even without the presence of the Lakers star on the court, as he was rested. The first quarter was fundamental to Golden State’s victory, ending 29 to 23, giving an advantage that made the other three periods less decisive for the final result.

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The second quarter ended with 32-31 for Golden State, the third also with an advantage for the Warriors, closing at 34-29, and the last quarter ended at 30-25 for Curry and his colleagues. The highlight of the game was Jonathan Kuminga, who scored 24 points for the winning team, while Anthony Davis tried to contribute for the Lakers with 15 points.

Stephen Curry had a discreet performance, scoring just eight points, but one move caught attention during the game. At one point, he received an incorrect pass from outside the court. Without hesitation, the talented point guard orchestrated a play despite being on reserve, surprising everyone.

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