Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant voted NBA Players of the Week for Week 4

As if Tuesday’s matchup between the Warriors and the Nets needs any more hype this is worthy of note! Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry have been named the NBA Players of the Week for Week 4. I don’t have any desire to talk about KD because he’s a cry baby and a deserter. Here’s a real champion and legit leader…

Dubs visit Brooklyn Tuesday, November 16

Stephen Curry has been named the Week 4 Western Conference Player of the Week, the NBA announced today. The award marks the 18th career weekly recognition for the 13-year veteran, and second this season

He was named Week 1 Western Conference Player of the Week earlier this year. Curry helped lead the Warriors to a 3-1 week after averaging an NBA-high 34.8 points, to go along with 5.5 rebounds, 7.8 assists and 2.25 steals in 34.8 minutes per game. The Warriors currently own the best record in the NBA (11-2) and are the only team to have scored at least 100 points in every game this season.

Golden State Warriors begin season with a win

The NBA’s 75th season, 2021-2022, started just yesterday. There were two games: Nets vs. Bucks, and Warriors against the Lakers. The Nets game was notable, because Kyrie Irving wasn’t playing at all. He refused to get vaccinated, so he can’t play games, or get paid until he does. I don’t understand the refusal at all, but despite that, he still earns tens of millions doing nothing. Whatever dude.

The Warriors vs. the Lakers was a more interesting game. Our bench players were able to pump out a lot of points, with almost half of our score made from them, thanks to a very capable Nemanja Bjelica. The Lakers, though they too have a capable roster, just couldn’t keep up. This was especially true for Lebron James, who is usually tired due to staying in a lot longer than he should be, all the while Steph Curry can rest comfortably thanks to the bench.