Just when you thought there were no more 3-point shooting records we could come up with for Steph Curry to break, he did it again on Wednesday night in Oakland.
On the night where he accepted the MVP award in front of his home crowd, Steph tied Reggie Miller for most consecutive games with a 3-pointer at 44 in a row. In typical Curry fashion, the 3-pointer to tie the record was an especially unique one.
The play seemed to be broken on an off target pass when Curry somehow saves the ball and disappears off the screen. Then he comes back moments later to drain a baseline three.
The game was a close one in a win or go home situation for the Blazers. As has often been the case in previous games between these two teams, it was a fight to the end. Much like the past games, the Blazers led for most of the game only to lose it toward the end.
The Warriors now get some rest before the Western Conference Finals where they will face the winner of the Spurs-Thunder series which the Thunder currently lead 3-2.