After putting up one of the most impressive shooting seasons in NBA history, Stephen Curry came out the gate hobbling.
He missed his first eight shots (three behind the arc) and scored just one point in his opening 19 minutes. Even though his shot wasn't falling, Curry had eight assists in the first half.
He woke up a bit in the second half, hitting a game-tying three with 14 seconds left and finishing with 19 points in 43 minutes.
Lawson had a relatively disappointing first half. He couldn't get his own shot or get others going, which is really bad for Denver's offensive game plan.
He missed four of his six shots in the first half and recorded just one assist.
But with his team up by one and just 30 seconds on the clock, Lawson made a huge play, stripping the ball from Stephen Curry and taking it the other way for a layup.
He scored 12 points on 15 shots.