Steph Curry had a rough night.

The two-time NBA MVP struggled mightily in the Warriors' Game 3 overtime loss to the Rockets on Saturday night. He scored just 17 points on 23 shot attempts, and missed seven shots in the restricted area, tied for the most in a playoff game by a Warriors player in the last 20 seasons.

So, the sky is falling, right? The series is over? The dynasty is finished? Curry has to give back the trophies?

Not exactly.

"We know what Steph's capable of," Warriors forward Draymond Green said after the defeat. "We know his shot will start falling."

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Curry was disappointed in his performance, but he made it clear that it won't linger in his mind for long.

"I'll probably be thinking about it tonight, go to sleep, turn the page," Curry said in his postgame news conference. "In terms of where we are as a team, up 2-1 ... that's what you want going into a series against a great team like that. So, I know I'll be ready."

Green isn't worried. Curry isn't worried. And his family, well, they're not going to overreact, either.

Game 4 is on Monday night. Apparently, the world still will be around for that.