Warriors' Steph Curry Expresses Frustration in Emotional Rant Following Tough Loss to Clippers

The Golden State Warriors have struggled this season, especially when it comes to winning on the road.

The Warriors lost to the LA Clippers in a hard-fought game on Tuesday night.

Stephen Curry was not happy with the loss and delivered a frustrated rant after the game.

Despite Curry's impressive performance of 50 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 steals, he was still frustrated that they couldn't get the win.

Curry expects to perform well and shoot well every night, regardless of the final stat sheet.

“I mean, y’all know me,” Curry said via the NBA Interviews YouTube channel. “It’s nice to play well and shoot well."

"That’s what I expect to do every night. No matter what the stat sheet looks like after the game, it’s just frustrating when you can’t get over the hump and figure out a way to get a win."

" Especially with where we’ve been all season on the road. So, our job is to just keep playing, keep competing at a high level, and try to figure it out. Whatever I got during the process individually, it’s what I expect to do. So, I’m just going to keep doing that.”

Curry's rant shows that he's passionate about winning and is willing to do whatever it takes to get his team there.