— NBA (@NBA) February 4, 2016
Steph Curry‘s career night started with an astounding 25-point first quarter that included seven three-pointers. By halftime, the reigning MVP had 36 points and was 13-of-14 from the field. That’s right. He’d missed just one shot through the first 24 minutes.
Warriors’ Stephen Curry w/ 25 points and seven threes in first quarter vs. Wizards pic.twitter.com/3p8TBI6afA
— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) February 4, 2016
But he didn’t stop there, and that was partially because the Wizards just wouldn’t go away thanks to John Wall’s 41 points and 10 assists, a phenomenal game in its own. But in the third quarter, Curry just kept doing things like this.
The Warriors would eventually prevail, and Curry would finish with 51 points, which included tying his career high of 11 three-pointers.