The legend of Golden State Warriors superstar point guard Stephen Curry continues to grow, as he’s put his name in the history books yet again.
Curry has now hit at least five 3-pointers in six consecutives games, tying George McCloud’s 22-year-old record. The Warriors took on the New York Knicks Friday night at Madison Square Garden.
This is Stephen Curry’s 10th season in the NBA, and he’s already considered the greatest shooter the game has ever seen. Curry is the only player in the game right now — and maybe in NBA history — where you have to guard him as soon as he crosses half court. He has unlimited range and there’s no shot from deep that he can’t hit.
The two-time league MVP and three-time NBA champion is a human cheat code and he makes hitting 3-pointers look way too easy, almost like he’s playing a video game on the court by himself. Deep 3-pointers are considered layups for Curry. Fans, players, and opposing coaches are actually surprised when he misses. That’s how lethal Curry is.
When it’s all said and done, Stephen Curry will pass Hall of Famer Ray Allen for the most 3-pointers in NBA history. Allen made 2,973 shots from distance during his legendary career.