Ja Morant’s Game 2 performance challenges the Golden State Warriors

Ja Morant’s Game 2 performance challenges the Golden State Warriors

On Monday, after the Golden State Warriors' 117-116 win in Game 1, Stephen Curry recalled his missing youngsters.

On Monday, after the Golden State Warriors' 117-116 win in Game 1, Stephen Curry recalled his missing youngsters.

Like every student on Davidson's campus, Curry was issued a catcard that admitted him to every facility, from the gym to the cafeteria.

Like every student on Davidson's campus, Curry was issued a catcard that admitted him to every facility, from the gym to the cafeteria.

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While his counterpart in the Western Conference semifinals, Ja Morant, has spent his early 20s with the Memphis Grizzlies leading one of the quickest NBA rebuilds in recent years, Curry said he was still losing his CatCard -- and trying to remember the location of his dorm.

If Curry was replacing ID cards, Morant has been creating art. And Memphis' 106-101 Game 2 win is Morant's showpiece. He ran up 47 points on a true shooting percentage of 64.0. He dragged a Grizzlies team with little offensive rhythm and execution by the scruff of the necks, scoring Memphis' final 15 points.