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Warriors superstar Steph Curry reaches another milestone

The 2020-21 NBA season has been nothing short of remarkable for Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry.

Curry has continued to prove that he’s not only one of the game’s best talents but a perennial MVP candidate. The 33-year-old is amid an incredibly productive month of April. In fact, it has been one of the best stretches of his career.


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Curry’s offensive dominance has helped put himself in the NBA record books again as he has broken the single-month record for most 3-pointers made.

According to Nick Friedell of ESPN, Curry has surpassed Brooklyn Nets’ star guard James Harden’s previous mark of 82 that he set in November 2019.

The two-time league MVP has continued to torch opponents this month. He’s averaging 38.2 points per contest on 52.9 percent shooting from the floor and 47.2 percent from beyond the arc. Curry has knocked down at least five 3-pointers nine times, including 10 or more four times.

Curry has scored north of 30 points in 12 of the 13 games this month, including tallying north of 40 points five times.


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He has been playing at a torrid pace that has single-handedly kept the Warriors in the playoff mix this season. Golden State sits in the 10th spot in the Western Conference, which is the final play-in position.

The Warriors are only one game behind the Memphis Grizzlies for the eighth spot and 1.5 games behind the Portland Trail Blazers for the seventh position. Golden State has an opportunity in front of them to secure a playoff spot with a couple of weeks left in the regular season.

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