Steph Curry went off for 37 Points as the Golden State Warriors defeated the Brooklyn Nets 117-99 at the Barclays Center on Tuesday night.

Steph in blistering form 

Golden State Warriors star player, Steph Curry is playing the best basketball of his life right now. Shooting at a ridiculous level and thrilling fans both at home and inside the arena. His ability to shoot the basketball remains unrivalled and continues to astound. Steph is used to getting MVP chants during Warriors home games but hearing them on the road? That’s new.

Five minutes into the second quarter, Curry was at the foul line when the Warriors fans began serenading him with MVP chants. 

He finished the first half with 19 points from the field and 5-of-8 from the 3-point range. The fans at Barclays loved every single minute he spent on the court. Curry won back to back MVP awards in 2015 and 2016 with the second one being the only unanimous win in NBA history. He nearly delivered another MVP win last season as he led the league in scoring. However, he finished third in voting behind eventual winner Nikola Jokić and runner-up Joel Embiid.

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Curry is making an early case this season for his third NBA MVP. Going into Tuesday’s game averaging 28.1 points per game, second behind Nets star Kevin Durant. After Curry hit 37 points on 12/19 from the floor, Warriors coach Steve Kerr called for a timeout. The break was to enable Steph exit the game. As Curry departed, he threw up one last shot from just beyond the Nets centre court logo. He banked the shot to the loud cheer of all inside the Arena. 

We may be only 15 games in but Steph’s case for MVP is stronger than ever.