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Steph Curry Breaks Record And Makes These Other Ballers His Bitch

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Steph Curry is on fire, as he breaks another record.

Curry, who plays for the Golden State Warriors, put on a show during Wednesday night, as his team faced off against the New Orleans Pelicans.

The Warriors ended up beating the Pelicans with a 7-point lead. The game ended in a 147-140 defeat, with much of the success owed to Curry. HotNewHipHop has learned that Curry goes on record to become the first player to ever make eight or more three-point shots in three straight games.

“Sometimes when you get hot like that, you really don’t see anything but the rim,” Curry said to ESPN. “And you just try to stay on balance and get to your spot wherever that is. These are shots I work on. I have confidence in them. I know my teammates do.”

He says that he works extremely hard for his gains. And by working staying dedicated to his growth as an athlete, he trusts in his abilities to bring home the trophy. SC also made an amazing 41 points in Wednesday’s game.

If the Warriors keep it up, they could win their next game against the Los Angeles Clippers.

Thoughts? Is Steph Curry the best in the NBA? If not, who is? Share your thoughts with us, using the comment section.

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