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Warriors’ Stephen Curry goes bonkers for eleven threes on Hall-of-Fame mode

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Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry went nuts in their 136-97 drubbing of the Oklahoma City Thunder. In just three quarters and 29 minutes of work, Curry drained 11 3-pointers en route to 49 points on 14-of-26 shooting from the field.

Chef Curry opened his masterful game with five 3-pointers and 24 points in the first period alone. He ended with 27 points and six 3’s at the half. The 3-time NBA champion continued his onslaught in the third period and this corner pocket triple off of a feed from Draymond Green kickstarted it all.

As the quarter went on, the 2-time NBA MVP continued to launch from even deeper, including these two from way beyond the arc that came during the fastbreak.

The Warriors were just having too much fun on this one after Draymond Green passed the ball between his legs for a Curry top of the circle bomb.

Curry’s final 3-pointer came in the form of a deep one over the outstretched arms of Thunder forward Darius Bazley. As you can see in the clip below, the Thunder sophomore forward seemed to have the Dubs superstar stymied on the left wing. So what did Curry do? He just simply backed off a step, nonchalantly launched, and swished the long bomb like it was nothing.

This man is unreal.

With 11 triples, Curry notched the 22nd game of his career with 10-plus 3-pointers in a game. The Warriors continue to hold the no. 8 spot in the Western Conference.

With The Human Torch going off like he has since April, nobody would want to see Golden State in the play-in tournament.