This weekend’s performance may have solidified Stephen Curry as the greatest long-range shooter in NBA history. In a single game, Curry broke two records with a 38-foot three-pointer this weekend during an overtime win at OKC. At 12 three-pointers total, Curry tied Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall for the most three-pointers in a single game, and with an overall total of 288, he also broke his personal record for most three-pointers in regular season play.
With the Warriors securing an April playoff spot, the team is on track to possibly take over the Chicago Bulls’ iconic 1995-1996 record of 72 regular season wins. Take a look back at some of Curry’s most ridiculous three-pointers this season, with most of them being drained from over 28 feet.