Relive all the three-pointers made by Stephen Curry in a historic night in Oklahoma City to enter the record books alongside a former Golden State Warriors forward.
On Saturday night, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has once again entered his name into the record books.
Two nights earlier, he made his mark by breaking Kyle Korver’s record for consecutive regular season games with a three pointer. Now, he ties the record set by former Golden State Warriors forward Donyell Marshall for the most number of three-pointers made in a single game.
Curry made all but six of his 18 three pointers – including a crazy shot from near-half court with time winding down in the extra five minutes of play – to seal the win for the Warriors in overtime, 121-118:
His performance also broke his personal best total of three-pointers in a single season with 288 made, eclipsing the 286 he drained during the 2014-15 season.
Relive all of the three-pointers made by Stephen Curry in their epic match against the Oklahoma City Thunder: