Stephen Curry triumphs over Magic to stop decline

On Tuesday night in San Francisco, the Golden State Warriors eliminated a three-game losing skid by defeating the Orlando Magic by a score of 121-115. 

Stephen Curry led the club in scoring with 36 points and added six assists, making him the team's all-time leader in assists.

Two of the 19 points that Jonathan Kuminga scored came on a dunk that boosted Golden State's advantage to 110-101 with 2 minutes and 29 seconds remaining in the game.

The Warriors, who had begun a seven-game homestand with defeats to the Miami Heat and the Dallas Mavericks, 

secured the victory from that point on by making nine free throws in the final sixty-five seconds of the championship game.

To go with the advertisement, scroll down. Golden State concluded with a shooting percentage of 53.8 percent, which was higher than Orlando's 44.6 percent. 

Curry finished with a 12-for-20 shooting percentage, and Klay Thompson scored 15 points, shooting 6-for-11 from the field.

After a jumper by Franz Wagner with 8 minutes and 33 seconds remaining, the Magic, who had a loss in Phoenix on Sunday, were leading 93-92.

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