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Knicks Spoil Curry's Garden Party

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At some point, Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will get to relish the elite company he's joined: the 50 club at Madison Square Garden.

But presently, the sting of Wednesday night's 109-105 loss, the critical turnover that he made down the stretch, dimmed his historic performance at basketball's mecca.

The same can't be said for everyone else.

"Incredible by Steph," the Warriors' Jarrett Jack said. "I have never been a part of anything like that in my life. He was uncanny. Unbelievable."

Said rookie Harrison Barnes: "That was greatness what we saw. You look at the people that have scored 50 in this building, it's unbelievable. I'm glad I just had the pleasure of being this man's teammate."

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