Warriors Stage Impressive Comeback, Crush Bucks 125-90

In a stunning rebound, the Golden State Warriors dominate the Milwaukee Bucks 125-90 with Stephen Curry leading the charge. Key takeaways include Kuminga’s standout performance and the Warriors’ home court dominance.

In a remarkable recovery from the Boston Blowout just three days ago, the Warriors showcased their prowess with a convincing 125-90 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday at Chase Center.

Stephen Curry, displaying exceptional form throughout the game, led the charge with 29 points, eight rebounds, and five assists, finishing with an impressive plus-15.

Contributing significantly, Jonathan Kuminga delivered a standout performance, tallying 20 points, four rebounds, two assists, two steals, and three blocks. Klay Thompson, coming off the bench, added 10 points and four rebounds. Andrew Wiggins, back after a four-game absence for personal reasons, chipped in with three points.

The Warriors (33-28) secured their 14th win in 18 games, maintaining their position at No. 10 in the Western Conference and closing in on the idle Dallas Mavericks for the No. 8 slot.

The defeat halted Milwaukee’s six-game winning streak, with Giannis Antetokounmpo leading the Bucks (41-22) with 23 points.

After being limited to 88 points in a 52-point loss to the Boston Celtics, the Warriors responded by scoring 40 points in the first quarter against the Bucks and accumulating 78 points by halftime.


Despite a strong start by Milwaukee in the second half, reducing the deficit to six points (83-77) in the third quarter, the Warriors regrouped and pulled away.

Key Takeaways from Wednesday’s Game:

Kuminga Shines in Beast Mode Kuminga’s ongoing development played a pivotal role in the Warriors’ success, and against the Bucks, the young forward showcased his prowess.

While Curry drew attention for his scoring, Kuminga made significant contributions on the offensive end, penetrating the Bucks’ defense with tenacity. Displaying versatility, Kuminga confidently sank two 3-pointers in the second quarter and showcased his hustle by saving a ball from going out of bounds, setting up a dunk for Thompson.

Following a subdued performance in the loss to the Celtics, Kuminga’s assertive play against the Bucks highlights his importance to the Warriors’ late-season push for the postseason.

Playing Time Adjustments With the Warriors fielding a full-strength lineup, adjustments to playing time were inevitable, and Dario Šarić felt the impact.

Šarić, averaging just over 18 minutes per game, spent most of the game on the bench against the Bucks, only checking in late in the fourth quarter for a mere four minutes.

In contrast, Wiggins, Jackson-Davis, and Moody received extended playing time off the bench, showcasing the depth and flexibility of the Warriors’ roster. Šarić’s reduced minutes were not unexpected, given his recent lack of scoring and defensive challenges.

Home Court Dominance Unlike their previous meeting in January, where the Warriors faltered in the fourth quarter, Golden State held strong against an early surge from Antetokounmpo and weathered the Bucks’ strong third-quarter run.

This marked the Warriors’ fourth consecutive home win against Milwaukee and their eighth victory in the last 11 games against the Bucks at Chase Center.

Despite a modest 17-15 home record this season, the Warriors have secured significant wins at Chase Center against formidable opponents, including the Clippers, Celtics, 76ers, Suns, and Lakers – all legitimate playoff contenders – during the 2023-24 NBA season.

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