Warriors star Steph Curry becomes 1st NBA player ever to have 8+ 3-pointers in 3 straight games
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry has become the first NBA player to ever make at least eight 3-pointers in three straight games after hitting the mark once again in the matchup against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Curry continues to showcase why he’s one of the best shooters in NBA history, and while he’s had off games, there simply aren’t other players that can match what he’s capable of from long range.
That has led to him earning yet another impressive achievement, and it’s one that no other player has ever been able to accomplish.
Stephen Curry is the first player in NBA history to hit at least eight three-pointers in three-straight games. He hit 11 threes on Jan. 13 at Dallas, eight on Jan. 15 at Denver, and has nine after three quarters tonight vs. New Orleans (9-of-14 3FG).
It’s been quite a streak for Curry, and naturally, it’s helped the Warriors be one of the best teams in the league for seemingly the millionth year in a row.
Golden State entered Wednesday night’s game 30-14 overall and the season, and Curry’s continued excellence from beyond the arc has been a big reason for the team’s success.
Of course, now the Warriors will add DeMarcus Cousins to the mix on Friday against the Los Angeles Clippers, which gives them yet another dynamic playmaker.
With Curry leading the way, this team will likely yet again be the favorite to win it all this season.