So, the Golden Sate Warriors are looking to win their 17th-straight game in a single season, which is something they've never done before.
Apparently, alien superstar Stephen Curry wants to insure that happens.
Curry led all scorers with 27 points on 7-for-9 shooting from the 3-point line in highlight reel fashion, including these two ridiculous shots.
Steph's 4 point play + bench celebration. pic.twitter.com/eXSYIe4bHG— Jae Azizi (@JaeAzizi) November 28, 2015
Starting to think Steph Curry enjoys embarrassing people. Had 19 pts on 7FGAs & did this, too pic.twitter.com/fKhAXRutbd (via @recordsANDradio)— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) November 28, 2015
But Curry's best plays might have been his passes — Curry had managed a game--high eight assists in the first half when he wasn't doing all that scoring. He had two left-handed passes in the first quarter to set up threes for teammates, including this nifty behind-the-back pass to Draymond Green.
Sweet pass from Curry (Vine by @NBATV) https://t.co/LwCwB7a61R— Rickard Bergquist (@sportblogg) November 28, 2015
With Curry leading the way as a scorer and passer
— almost as if he's a point guard, but what do I know — the Warriors had a NBA record 15 threes in the first half, shooting a ridiculous 15-for-20.
Warriors have now set the NBA record for most three-pointers made in a half with 15. Golden State is shooting 78.9% from distance.— GSWStats (@gswstats) November 28, 2015
Lost in this 75-point madness was Klay Thompson's impressive 15 points on 6-for-9 shooting and Draymond Green's six assists, which is more than any Suns player recorded.