Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry Breaks NBA Three-Point Record in Win over Philadelphia 76ers

In a historic night for the Golden State Warriors, superstar guard Stephen Curry made NBA history by breaking the all-time three-point record in a 105-96 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. Curry’s remarkable shooting prowess and relentless work ethic have propelled him to the top of the record books.

Curry entered the game needing just two three-pointers to surpass Ray Allen’s previous record of 2,973. With the basketball world watching, he wasted no time and quickly knocked down the required shots early in the first quarter. The Oracle Arena erupted in celebration as Curry cemented his legacy as the greatest long-range shooter in NBA history.

Beyond the record-breaking moment, Curry showcased his incredible skill set, finishing the game with 29 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists. His sharp shooting and ability to create scoring opportunities for his teammates were crucial in securing the victory for the Warriors. Draymond Green provided his usual versatile contributions with 12 points, 9 rebounds, and 11 assists, while Andrew Wiggins added 20 points.

The win for the Warriors extends their impressive start to the season and serves as a testament to their championship aspirations. Curry’s record-breaking achievement adds another milestone to his illustrious career and further solidifies his place among the NBA’s all-time greats.

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