Steph Curry Just Broke Another Record By Surpassing THIS Legendary NBA Player. WOW!



Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors is a record-breaking machine. Last week, he was the only player in history to be unanimously voted the NBA MVP. Last month, he finished the regular season with an NBA record for most three pointers in a season with 402. Well, now he’s back it again. Curry just broke another NBA record by making at least one three in 45 straight playoff games. He surpassed the great Reggie Miller to do so.

It’s not just impressive that he broke the record, it’s more staggering that he did it this early in his career. This streak may not end any time soon with him being the three-point machine that he is. How many more records will he break by the time he retires?

Unfortunately for Curry and the “Dubs,” the record came in a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder in Golden State. It has to be hard for Curry to be too happy about the record given the result of the game. Nonetheless, what Curry is doing to the record books is starting to become downright unbelievable. He has a chance to reach the 46-game mark Wednesday night at 9:00(EST) in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.

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