Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry Sets NBA Record with 10 Three-Pointers in Win over the Sacramento Kings

In a dominant performance, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors etched his name in NBA history by hitting a record-breaking 10 three-pointers in a single game against the Sacramento Kings. Curry’s scintillating shooting display propelled the Warriors to a resounding victory.

From the opening tip-off, Curry showcased his shooting prowess, draining three-pointers with remarkable ease. His deep range, quick release, and accuracy were unmatched as he continuously torched the Kings’ defense from beyond the arc. Curry finished the game with a game-high 42 points, with 30 of those points coming solely from three-pointers.

Curry’s record-breaking feat surpassed the previous NBA record of nine three-pointers in a game, solidifying his status as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history. His remarkable shooting performance not only propelled the Warriors to victory but also ignited discussions about Curry’s impact on the game and his ability to revolutionize the way basketball is played.