Mondays are usually a drag and although Dub Nation is a little bummed out about the Warriors dropping their first game of the season last night, here’s some good news to brighten up your day.
Steph Curry was named Western Conference Player of the Week after some great performance from November 3rd to November 9th. Curry averaged 30 points, 7.3 assists, and 6 boards in that span. He also helped the Warriors go 2-1 in those three games.
— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) November 10, 2014
Curry has been terrific to start the season and he has not been the only one. Fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson received this award in the first week of the season. Curry is simply being Curry, but what is more impressive is the 10 steals he tallied up this last week. Curry even had 10 rebounds against the Rockets and a triple-double is in the near future.
While it is still very early in the season, Curry is affecting the game in so many different ways and could make a case to be in the MVP conversation. The Warriors are 5-1 and as long as they keep winning, Curry will continue to rack up these type of awards.