Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors faced a big challenge on Tuesday night when they traveled to New York to face the Knicks at the most famous venue in the world, the Madison Square Garden. 

The Dubs won a big game, 114-106, improving their record to 17-15, enough to rank 8th in the Western Conference. They had a very good night against the New Yorkers with Stephen Curry leading the way for his team. 

The All-Star point guard returned to the lineup after missing Saturday’s game against the Charlotte Hornets, which ended in a very controversial way for Golden State. Curry was happy to be back and he was really happy with the result, even taking a cheeky jab at the Knicks fans after the match was over. 

Stephen Curry takes a shot at New York Knicks fans for ‘heckling’ the Warriors 

The 32-year-old had some interesting things to say after the game, even trolling the Knickerbockers and their fans, who apparently had a couple of things to say to the Warriors during the game. 

“There were some fans heckling, which was awesome. And me and Draymond were talking about, there’s no better feeling – I don’t care if it’s 19,000 or 2,500 or whatever it is – you love silencing a road crowd,” Curry said, per Brian Mahoney of The Associated Press.

Curry finished the game with 37 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists for the Dubs, enough to lift his team against the surprising Knicks, who keep fighting to get a playoff spot this campaign. Steph came ready to play, ready to win, and ready to shut the haters that tried to bring his team down.