DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Stephen Curry had 20 points and 10 rebounds and looked much sharper in his second game back from a sprained ankle on Wednesday night, leading Davidson to a 70-49 win over UNC Greensboro.
Curry shot 7-for-15 from the field, including 3 of 5 from 3-point range as the Wildcats (23-6, 16-2 Southern Conference) snapped a two-game losing streak as their star got his stroke back.
After missing the first game of his career a week ago, Curry hit just 6 of 23 shots in Saturday's loss to now-No. 24 Butler. But Curry regained his confidence in this game, pumping his fist when he hit a deep 3-pointer and was fouled early in the second half.
Curry set a season-high for rebounds and added five assists, while Andrew Lovedale added 13 points as Davidson completed a season sweep of the Spartans (4-24, 3-16).
Kendall Toney scored 15 points for UNC Greensboro.
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