Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors made history last night by setting a new NBA record for the most three-pointers made in a single game. Curry’s exceptional shooting display helped propel the Warriors to a resounding victory over the Sacramento Kings.
Curry was in a league of his own, hitting an astonishing 13 three-pointers on his way to a game-high 47 points. His precision shooting and ability to create his own shot from beyond the arc left the Kings’ defense scrambling throughout the game.
Teammate Draymond Green played a vital role in Curry’s record-breaking performance, dishing out 15 assists and setting up numerous open looks for the sharpshooter. Green’s court vision and passing skills were instrumental in the Warriors’ offensive success.
Defensively, the Warriors’ collective effort, led by Andrew Wiggins and James Wiseman, limited the Kings’ scoring opportunities and forced turnovers. Their active hands and disciplined defense disrupted the Kings’ offensive flow.
With this record-breaking performance, Curry once again solidified his status as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history. His ability to change the course of a game with his long-range shooting is unparalleled, and he continues to leave fans in awe with his incredible skills.