Golden State Warriors Point Guard, Stephen “Steph” Curry was in phenomenal form as he led his team to a 129-128 victory over the Chicago Red Bulls. The Warriors were on the verge of going 0-3 down after losing their first 2 games, and appeared to be heading for another defeat until Damion Lee scored a late three pointer with 1.7 seconds left on the clock to secure the win.
Curry dropped 36 points with 6 assists and 2 rebounds in his 36 minutes on the court, in a game that finally had him looking like his old self.
On Saturday, a very impressive video of Curry scoring 105 consecutive three pointers in 5 minutes while training was shared online, and he replicated this on the court against the Red Bulls in the Warriors’ comeback win. He scored 13 points in the final quarter to drag his team up from its knees. During the game, he became only the 3rd player in NBA history to hit 2500 threes, something he achieved in only 702 games. Curry is widely regarded as the greatest ever shooter in NBA history.