Golden State Warriors Swingman Kelly Oubre Jr had a tough debut season with the Dubs, but he produced a career night against the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday

Oubre achieved a career height of 40 points, earning the praise of Warriors star Stephen Curry:

“Much respect for a guy like this for the way this season has gone,” Warriors superstar Stephen Curry said of Mercury News’ Wes Goldberg on Oubre

The Warriors brought Oubre off the Oklahoma City Thunder after originally being inducted into the Chris Paul blockbuster. Oubre had a strong campaign with the Phoenix Suns in hopes of scoring the Dubs in the absence of Klay Thompson and could play

But Oubre struggled to adapt to his new environment, going from beyond the arc 0-17 to start the season and was 7:51 out of the deep in the first 10 games of the season but Oubre continues to work on the inconsistencies in shooting and has remained aggressive in recent games

The 25-year-old has made at least 11 field attempts in each of the last four games Oubre was off the field 14v21 on Thursday night, including 7v10 from outside the arch Stephen Curry and the Warriors are obviously hoping Oubre will continue to attack, to make Golden State more offensive

Oubre’s Ability to Be a Capable No 2 Scoring Option Is Critical Curry conforms to earlier MVP standards, and Andrew Wiggins was a capable ground spacer.But James Wiseman is still early in his development, and Draymond Green is barely a Sagittarius

The warriors need Kelly Oubre to insult consistently, and he has something to build up after the explosion on Thursday night

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