A Davidson man needs no introduction:
The amazing thing is that Curry looked like he suffered a gruesome ankle injury earlier in the game, too. Somewhat surprisingly, Curry returned to the game. He had a slight limp at first, but he slowly morphed into 50 Cent – (ankle) been hit with a few shells but he don’t walk with a limp – and then almost put up a 50 cent silver dollar on the Thunder (46 points, a night after scoring 51). Along the way he broke his own single-season threes record (in game 58!), tied the NBA record for threes in a game (12) and, oh yeah, led the Warriors to a huge comeback win in overtime of a nationally televised Saturday night game. An absolutely incredible basketball game, and it was mostly thanks to the theatrics of the best shooter to ever touch a basketball. Thank you for the show, Stephen Curry.
Also, this is a great article about how Curry broke the way video games are made. It’s official: He’s BETTER than video game good. That article was written BEFORE Curry’s recent four-game stretch, in which he’s averaged 43 points on 62-percent shooting FROM THREE. Wildcat.