With the basketball world watching the most anticipated matchup of the year, Steph Curry ... had his worst game of the year.
Curry missed 14 of 18 shots and 11 of 12 from 3 as the San Antonio Spurs avenged a 30-point loss in January and extended their home win streak to 44 games with an 87-79 win Saturday night.
Afterward, Curry managed to poke fun at himself.
Curry admitted that he failed to find a way to help the team win when his shots didn't fall.
"Tonight we executed well on the defensive end, but offensively I didn't allow us to get comfortable offensively," Curry said. "I've got to play a lot better, manage the game a lot better, especially if certain shots that I normally make aren't falling. You've got to be able to adjust and find different ways to impact the game."
Curry was continually harassed by Danny Green, who blocked two shots -- including the first block of a Curry 3 this year. Curry missed his first seven 3-point attempts.
"Steph missed a few early that he normally makes and he never really got in a rhythm and that happens," Golden State coach Steve Kerr said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.