WATCH: Stephen Curry ties record with 12 3-pointers in win over OKC
The world's greatest shooter may have put on the greatest shooting performance of all time in a win over the Thunder, and tied an NBA record while doing it.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry tied an NBA single-game record with 12 3-pointers Saturday night, shooting 12 of 16 from 3-point range in an overtime victory over the Thunder. Curry tied Donyell Marshall (of all people) and Kobe Bryant, both of whom had 12 3s in regulation.
Curry added tying that record on top of breaking the record of most 3-pointers in a season, reaching the 288 mark for the season, two more than the 286 he made last season. Curry scored 46 points in the overtime win over OKC, sending the Warriors to 53 wins and once again cementing his status as the most unstoppable player on the planet.
Here's video of all 12 made 3-pointers in the most supernova shooting performance you may ever see ... until next week when Curry tops it.
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