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Steph’s 21 fourth-quarter points vs. Rockets sets career high originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Steph Curry‘s 40-point explosion Monday night was just what the doctor prescribed for the struggling superstar. 

The Warriors beat the Houston Rockets 122-108 at Toyota Center thanks to a 21-point fourth quarter from Curry, who set a new career high. 

Leading the Rockets 87-78 through the first three quarters, Houston inched closer in the fourth before Curry went supersonic. 

Curry’s big game comes after the Warriors’ superstar fell into a slump in recent weeks, an encouraging sign for Golden State who continues to battle for one of the top seeds in the Western Conference. 

RELATED: Steph says KPJ’s gamesmanship sparked 40-point eruption

When Steph gets going as he did in the fourth quarter, it’s almost impossible to slow him down. 

The Rockets found that out the hard way. 

Source: Yahoo Sports

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