Steph Curry Sets A New NBA Playoff Record For 3s, Warriors Win GM3 by 35!

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| May 23rd, 2015 | 1,176 Views

Forget the Lil B curse on James Harden, the main reason the Rockets lost game 3 by 35 (!) points is because of a baby faced assassin named Stephen Curry. The red hot Curry scored 40 points – 37 in the first 3 quarters – and made 7 3-pointers to break Reggie Miller’s NBA record for most 3s in a single postseason with 64.  With atleast 1 more game left in this series and a minimum of 4 in the NBA finals, Curry has a chance to turn this record into one of the most untouchable records in NBA history. Well untouchable by anybody not named Stephen Curry who seems to be the only person who can break his own records.


Aside from the points and 3s, Curry also had a game-high 7 assists, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and a block in 35 minutes.



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