Golden State Warriors' guard Stephen Curry has picked up exactly where he left off last season, with another performance showing MVP quality.
The current MVP put up 21 points in the first quarter alone against the Minnesota Timberwolves last night, in what ended up being a 129-116 win, and continuing their undefeated start to the season as they are now 10-0.
This was Curry's fourth 20-plus point quarter of the year, and it is a pretty incredible achievement considering throughout last season entirely, Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook had the highest amount of 20-plus point quarters with four.
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The guard ended the game with 46 points overall with eight three-pointers, and his performances across the season to date has received much praise by many fans, analysts, players and coaches across the NBA.
Warriors interim head coach Luke Walton said, according to ESPN: "He's just always in attack mode. He's definitely playing at an MVP level again right now."
Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett even threw in a good word and an excellent comparison for Curry, as he said: "Like Michael Jordan was a whole other thing, this guy is his own thing. It's beautiful for basketball."
The current MVP is very pleased with the way himself and his side is playing so far this season, and he'll be hoping the good form can continue. He said: "This is definitely a great way to start the season. The best start we could have, obviously."
Curry and the Warriors will look to achieve another win and continue their march towards another NBA Championship when they play against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday.