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Steph Curry makes history in Warriors’ loss to the Clippers

Stephen Curry, who holds numerous NBA records mainly across 3-point shooting categories, added yet another page to the history books on Wednesday night. The Golden State Warriors lost 130:125 to the Los Angeles Clippers, but the 2-time KIA MVP finished the game shooting 9-of-19 from long range, becoming the first player in NBA history to hit 7+ 3-pointers in 4 consecutive games and has made a total of 36 throughout the four-game stretch.

Curry ended the night with a total of 41 points and has now registered 250 three-pointers across the 52 games this season. He is currently on pace to break his own 2015/16 record when #30 had hit 245 3-pointers at the same stage of the season and finished it with a total 402 made threes.

Curry ranks second only to Michael Jordan in the most 40-point games after the age of 30 in NBA history, with 38 such games to his name, surpassing the likes of Kobe Bryant, Damian Lillard, and Larry Bird. The legendary shooter will come up against the WNBA star Sabrina Ionescu in a 3-point shootout at the upcoming All-Star weekend in Indianapolis.