|2014 Regular Season|
It was another monster game for Curry, who now has the Warriors on a 16-game winning streak.
Curry finished with 22 points on 8-of-17 shooting. He's averaging just 20.1 points at home compared to 26.2 on the road.
Curry has been out of his mind from deep of late, going 26 for 46 (56.5 percent) in his last six games - all Warriors victories.
As we've seen over the years, Curry is a player who can go off for a big performance on any given night. Tuesday night's performance was a boost for owners who had been burned by his 23 points on 8-of-24 shooting in his previous two games.
Curry had 15 points and six assists so he needs to step up for fantasy owners.
Curry had eight points and 10 assists as the Warriors blew out Utah. The lopsided score allowed other players to score and the unselfish Curry to rest, though fantasy owners were the true victims as they suffered in the process.
Curry takes on the Lakers on Sunday in a Pacific Division matchup. It pits the future of the NBA in Curry against a reminder of the league's illustrious past in Kobe Bryant.
Curry is averaging 30.7 points on 56.9 percent shooting to go with 10.0 assists over his last three road games. He's gone 15 of 28 from 3-point range during that stretch.
Curry's shooting was a good sign given his 0-for-7 performance from deep in Tuesday's loss to San Antonio.
Curry had just six points in the second half, when he was plagued by missed shots and foul trouble. Curry entered tied for the NBA scoring lead.