Stephen Curry is unbelievable, and the Golden State Warriors star proved it by making another half court shot during the April 10 game against the San Antonio Spurs. Steph’s shooting skills led the Warriors to their 72nd victory, tying the Chicago Bulls for the best record in NBA History! Click to watch!
How does Steph Curry, 28, do it? The man makes impossible shots every single game and the Golden State Warriors’ final battle with the San Antonio Spurs in the 2016 NBA regular season was no different. Steph was halfway down the court when he sunk a basket like it was nothing!
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Steph is a human highlight reel, and he gave Dubs fans another OMG-moment during the April 10 game with the Spurs, per Complex. At the end of the 3rd quarter, Steph tossed the shot from half the court, making the basket from 70-feet away!
Sadly, it didn’t count, but it didn’t matter. The Warriors went on to win the game, 92-86, according to ESPN. On top of finally defeating their bitter rivals on the Spurs’ home turf, the Warriors now have 72 wins. This ties them with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the Best Record in the NBA’s history!
“We’ve put ourselves in the position to have one more opportunity to do something that’s never been done in the history of the game,” Stephen said, per ESPN. The Warriors could surpass the Bulls by scoring their 73rd victory when they play the Memphis Grizzlies in Oakland on April 13. It’s the final game of the regular season so this is last chance Steph and his squad have at making history. “We’re going to approach it the right way: 48 minutes at home in front of our fans,” Steph said.” It’d be a great ending to the regular season.”
Are. You. Serious. Steph Curry. https://t.co/7rOfpYW2BZ
— Eric Adelson (@eric_adelson) April 11, 2016
While Andre Iguodala, 32, Klay Thompson, 26, and the rest of the Warriors will focus on securing that 73rd victory, Steph might be thinking of the number 8. That’s how many 3-point shots he needs to make to reach a total of 400 3-pointers in this 2016 season, according to CBS Sports. He’s made eight 3-pointers in 15 different games this season so could Steph become Mr. 400 by the end of the night?
Win or lose, the Warriors will go on to the NBA Playoffs. Steph will have to celebrate with a victory dinner courtesy of the Food Network’s newest star: his wife, Ayesha Curry, 27. She recently announced that At Home With Ayesha and the program will focus on making delicious and healthy comfort foods. That’s just as tasty as Steph’s mind-blowing half-court shot!
Do you think Steph will have any more insane shots like that in the final game of the season, HollywoodLifers?