USA Today Sports Stephen Curry

East Coast fans, welcome to another edition of "What did Stephen Curry do last night?" The quick summary: Curry put up 29 points, 11 assists and five rebounds in a 125-121 Warriors win over the Blazers. Golden State clinched their Western Conference Semifinal series in five games, and now awaits the winner of Thunder-Spurs. Oklahoma City leads the series 3-2 going into Thursday's Game 6.

Before the game even started, Curry was presented with his MVP trophy:


Curry scored only seven points in the first half, but he made this crazy save that turned into a 3-ball.


And he had this alley-oop to Andrew Bogut:

As he did in his first game back from injury on Game 4, Curry turned it on in the second half. He started by straight toying with Al-Farouq Aminu.

How about a spin and up with the left hand?


Up four points, 3:13 to go, he launched a step-back from deep:


And just zig-zagging for the dagger:


Curry's wife, Ayesha, approved of his performance:

It should be noted Klay Thompson was actually the Warriors' leading scorer with 33 points. However, Curry was a +11 in point differential, compared with Thompson's +1. Andre Iguodala, who only scored five points, was actually a +12.

Curry averaged 34.5 points, 9.5 assists and 7 rebounds in his two games played against the Blazers. Those seem like the numbers of a healthy superstar.

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