Curry breaks record, Warriors beat Knicks
'Twas a good game, but Golden State just too much for New York
It was one of those nights that you want to remember. The Golden State Warriors handled a pesky New York Knicks team, but that wasn’t the story of the night. Stephen Curry broke the record for most three-pointers made — and will now spend the rest of his career breaking his own record.
Here’s the play. A very basic Kerr set with a lot of motion that allows Curry to break free just enough for Andrew Wiggins to pass him the fateful pass.
It happened early. In fact, Curry’s first three came before I even had a chance to turn on the TV. But he only needed two.
Here’s another angle. Bask in it. Soak it up.
The game may have been a bit closer than expected, but the final result was that the Warriors held the Knicks under 100 points, and have won another game, primarily through the strength of their defense.
The Warriors will now get a well deserved break before taking on another back-to-back on the East Coast. For now, the schedule is clear, and we can all take a moment to savor the taste of greatness.
Thank you, Stephen Curry. This is one hell of a fun ride you’ve got us on.
OT Lakers made their bed... but they don't necessarily like sleeping with Westbrook & may be looking for a different bed partner.
Can't believe DNHQ didn't get also a Rolex from Steph. Oh, wait, maybe it's because our people already know what time it is. Boom! I'll be here all week.