Wizards re-write the record books against Stephen Curry Tuesday night

Golden State Warriors v Washington Wizards
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Tuesday night in the District felt less like a road game for the Warriors as they went into the Capital One Arena packed full of Dubs fans. Heading into the night after a loss to the reigning NBA Champion Denver Nuggets, the Warriors looked to find their groove against a struggling Wizards team. The Wizards came into the night short-handed, with key players including Deni Avdija and Bilal Coulibaly out for the evening.

The marquee matchup included a Draymond Green and Jordan Poole rivalry that fans anticipated could boil over. Although that was not the case, fans flocked to see how Stephen Curry would perform against the 9-48 Wizards defense.

Wizards hold Curry to first scoreless first half in over a decade

For the first time since November 23, 2012, the Warriors' limitless range guard went scoreless in the first half, net zero, zero points scored! Fans stood in disbelief as the game went into halftime in favor of the Warriors 60-58 but with zero scoring production from Curry.

Steph could be seen visibly frustrated on the sidelines during the bout and did come out to a productive 18-point second half, leading the Warriors to a 123-112 victory over the Wizards. In the District, it's the little things that get you going, and last night that little thing was keeping Chef Curry out of the kitchen.

Tune in for the Los Angeles road series, and take a look at 5 essential keys to the Wizards' West Coast road trip.

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