In another exceptional shooting display, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors shattered his own single-game three-point record, sinking a remarkable 16 shots from beyond the arc in a resounding 136-97 victory over the Orlando Magic. Curry’s historic shooting night left fans and players in awe as he continued to solidify his reputation as one of the greatest long-range shooters in NBA history.
Curry finished the game with a whopping 58 points, the second-highest scoring output of his career, and added 5 rebounds and 5 assists. His shooting accuracy and ability to create his own shot from deep range were unparalleled. The Magic’s defense had no answer for Curry’s shooting prowess, with defenders often contesting shots that still found their mark.
In addition to Curry’s heroics, the Warriors received contributions from Kelly Oubre Jr., who scored 18 points, and Draymond Green, who had a near triple-double with 8 points, 11 assists, and 9 rebounds. The Warriors’ team effort on both ends of the court further exemplified their dominance in the game.
The Magic, on the other hand, struggled to keep up with the Warriors’ offensive onslaught. Nikola Vucevic led the team with 24 points and 8 rebounds, but their efforts fell short against Curry’s historic shooting performance.
With this win, the Warriors once again highlight the impact Curry can have on a game and how his shooting ability can single-handedly change the course of a match. Curry’s record-breaking night adds another remarkable chapter to his storied career and solidifies his status as one of the game’s greatest shooters.