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Stephen Curry Dominates in Opener, Anthony Davis Does Not

Stephen Curry picked up right where he left off from last season, putting up 40 points in the Golden State Warriors’ 111-95 season-opening victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. Curry cooled off a bit after a red-hot first quarter in which he scored 24 points, but he still shot 14-of-26 overall and 5-of-12 from long range:

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Meanwhile, Anthony Davis, who many feel could become the best player in the league in the very near future, suffered through a nightmare of a game. Davis had 18 points, but he shot a wretched 4-of-20, and that was only after a few late jumpers in garbage time. Here’s a good summation of his night:

Let’s just say The Brow has seen better days.

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