Steph Curry ridicules himself after having worst game of year vs. Spurs

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.