Stephen Curry's slow start in the FIBA World Cup is officially over.
The Warriors star scored a team-high 20 points in less than three quarters Saturday to lead Team USA to an 86-63 win over Mexico. Team USA advances to the quarterfinal round, where on Tuesday it will face the winner of the Slovenia-Dominican Republic matchup.
Curry made 7-of-10 shots, including 6-of-9 from the 3-point range to anchor the offense, as Team USA won its 60th consecutive game under coach Mike Kyzyzewski. It's a strong comeback for Curry, who missed his first five 3-pointers in the tournament, missing 13 of his first 17 shots overall.
Curry's Warriors splash brother, Klay Thompson, added 15 points in the rout over Team Mexico.