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With the Cavaliers-Warriors NBA Finals coming up, it was a nice day for Steph Curry.

He scored his first career triple-double in the first quarter, which put him in double digits for the first time this postseason.

In fact, it’s the first game Steph has ever scored at least 23 points and 10 rebounds in.

That was just a couple of weeks ago.

That, along with the fact that he scored 27 points and 11 rebounds in a playoff loss to the Dallas Mavericks.

It’s not like he’s lost a step since that loss, and he’s still shooting an insane 40.9 percent from the field and 32.7 percent from three.

Curry is averaging 19.7 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game, and it’s all because of his incredible play.

The big man, who’s been one of the best shooters in the NBA this year, has been a force on both ends of the court.

He’s shot 50 percent from 3-point range, but has made 56.4 percent of his shots from the free-throw line.

He also has taken a step back in his usage percentage, which ranks fourth in the league.

So how’s he doing this season?

In the last 10 games, Curry has averaged 20.3 points, 9.7 rebounds and 5.6 assists per contest.

That’s good for fifth in the East.

In the NBA Finals, Steph Curry is the best shooter in the Eastern Conference.

He is one of just three players in the West, plus the Warriors, who are tied for third in scoring, per NBA.com.

Steph is averaging 21.3 PPG, 8.6 RPG and 4.0 APG, so he’s really doing all that work for himself.

And it’s been an amazing year for Steph, too.

His performance in the Finals has really helped him earn the trust of the Cavs and Warriors’ coaching staff.

In his last 10 NBA games, Steph has averaged 25.0 points, 8,9 rebounds and 6.2 assists per outing.

That ranks third in the Western Conference.

The only two teams to rank higher are the Golden State Warriors (21.7) and the Houston Rockets (21).

He’s scored 26 points and had four rebounds against the Warriors in Game 6, and in Game 3 he scored a game-high 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

The Cavs and the Warriors also played a pair of playoff games against each other in the second round.

Steph scored a season-high 23 points in Game 1 of the first round against the Lakers, then scored 22 points and six rebounds in Game 4.

And in Game 5, he scored 22 and grabbed 11 boards in a 120-114 win.

It was just an incredible game for Steph.

Steph played so well for so long, and the team just wanted to keep going, so I’m happy he’s finally playing like this.

The biggest question for Steph now is how will he respond to a series against the Cavs.

With the Cavs, he’s had a career year.

But with the Warriors?

Steph has had a breakout season, and this series will be Steph’s best chance to do it since he’s been playing well against them.

The Cavaliers lead the series 3-1.

It’ll be interesting to see if Steph plays like he did in Game 2, when he came off the bench, and made a big play for a comeback win.

And, if he does, how will that affect the Cavs?

That will be a huge test for him.

He needs to continue to get better at scoring, but he needs to also be playing more like the star that he was in the series.