Steph Curry finished with 18 points in the Golden State Warriors 118-114 loss to the Washington Wizards, ending his 11-game streak of scoring over 30 points in a game.

"It was a great run. It was something that hadn't been done before. It was going to end at some point. Now you got to start another one. So it's just a matter of the next-play mentality. Just try to get rejuvenated when we go home -- to do it home, road, some big games, put a streak together, it was a special ride for sure," said Curry after the game.

Curry shot a season-worst 2-of-14 from three in the game.

Curry became the first player since Kobe Bryant to score at least 30 points in 10 straight games.

He is currently shooting 54.9% from the field and averaging 40.8 points per game in April. 

"Peaking at the right time. Usually the trend of our seasons, or my seasons, getting better as each game goes so I'm glad this season's no different. Just trying to continue to get better and build that confidence of playing my best basketball towards the end of the season," added Curry about his performance in April.