Curry scores 54 points in loss to Knicks

Last updated 17:42 28/02/2013
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BIG HAUL: Stephen Curry scored 54 points against the Knicks.

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Golden State guard Stephen Curry scored a NBA season-high 54 points but it wasn't enough as the New York Knicks prevailed 109-105 against the Warriors at Madison Square Garden.

Curry's career-best mark saw him land 18 of 28 shots from the field, 11 of 13 from the three-point arc and all seven free throw attempts.

Curry also added six rebounds and seven assists on a hot night but the Warriors dropped to 33-25 as Carmelo Anthony notched up 35 points to move the Knicks to 34-20.

The Warriors were without the suspended David Lee leaving Carl Landry as the next best scorer with just 15 points. 

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