Steph Curry regains shooting form to help Warriors arrest two-game slide with win over Knicks
Steph Curry recovers from a tough first half and finishes with 31 points. AP

STEPH Curry regained his shooting touch and the Golden State Warriors are back on track after two straight losses, downing the Knicks, 112-105, on Sunday in New York (Monday, Manila time).

Curry made only two of eight shots in the first half but finished 11 for 24, hitting 5 of 13 attempts from beyond the arc.

He wound up with 31 points as the Warriors stopped the bleeding after losses to the Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls.

Curry had made only 4 of 31 shots from beyond the 3-point range in the past three games.

Klay Thompon came up with 29 points as the Warriors notched their 51st win in 62 games.

The Knicks absorbed their second straight loss and 38th in 63 outings.

Derrick Rose scored 28 on 9 of 18 shooting, while Kristaps Porzingis came up with a double-double of 24 points and 15 rebounds for New York.

Carmelo Anthony scored 15.

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