NBA Stars Were In Awe Of Steph Curry’s Mesmerizing Performance Against The Thunder

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There are no words to describe Steph Curry. There is nothing I can write here that will accurately describe his play this season. On Saturday night against the Thunder, Curry made 12 three-pointers en route to a 46-point effort and a 121-118 win for the Warriors. His last three came courtesy of this 32-foot bomb with 0.6 seconds remaining in overtime.

Is this real life? Because this doesn’t look like real life.

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The shot tied an NBA record for most three’s in a game. Additionally, Steph broke his own single-season record for made three’s in a season with 287. REMINDER: There are still 24 games left.

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