No competition: Stephen Curry broke his own all-time NBA record

Stephen Curry (left) being marked by Furkan Korkmaz (right) while shooting three.

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Stephen Curry, leader and top stars of the Golden State Warriors, set a new NBA record Sunday night during the game in which he drove the Los Angeles Clippers crazy and commanded his team’s victory 105-90

In the historic game, Curry hit seven of 13 3-pointers to become the NBA player who manages to reach 100 triples in the fewest games of a season, since only 19 have been played.

In addition, the base of the Warrior made 12 of 22 field goals in that match and was the top scorer of it.

In this game, the Californian team player once again provided a real show to the fans present, to the point that they they ended up chanting the word “MVP” to well-deserved applause. and ovations.

With what was done on Sunday, Curry once again demonstrated the reason why he is considered one of the best players in the world, when it comes to shooting 3-pointers. Something that is reflected in the fact that He is also the owner of the other two brands, achieved in the 2015-2016 and 2018-2019 campaigns.

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