Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry had a phenomenal night against the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday, producing 38 points, nine three-pointers, and nine assists. He was single-handedly keeping his team from not getting blown out, however, he still had 11 turnovers in the game and he took responsibility for it after the 126-115 loss.

Here's what he tweeted on Friday:It’s refreshing to see an NBA superstar that even though he had a really great game, he still apologizes for his mistakes and bows to be better in the future. Without Curry, the Warriors would have lost by a million points. He was shooting the lights out from downtown.

The Warriors, who were on the second night of their first back-to-back of the 2013-14 season, were resilient. They could have let the Clippers get away with the blowout (GSW was trailing double-figures since the end of the first) but they still fought until the very last second.

Golden State started their season on Wednesday, beating the Los Angeles Lakers, 125-94, behind Klay Thompson’s career-high of 38 points.

Last season, Curry became the youngest player to made more three pointers after the first 254 games of his career, beating Ray Allen, who is the all-time leader in three pointers made. Allen had 407 made three-pointers, Curry ended up with 621.

There’s no doubt that if Curry doesn’t get many injuries throughout his career (praying for those ankles), he could definitely end up as the all-time leader in three-pointers made. The ability of Curry to make three-pointers in different ways makes him a very unique player.

This article was written by John Ledesma. Follow him on Twitter here and read more of his work here


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