Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is regarded as one of the best shooters the NBA has ever seen, and judging from his numbers in practice it sounds about right.
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Curry hit 77 straight 3-pointers in practice on Tuesday as he continues to show off his prowess from beyond the arc.
The Warriors star already possesses the record for the most made threes in a single season, but this was undoubtedly impressive to watch as he rotated around the arc at the team’s training facility taking 10 shots from each spot.
The 27-year-old insisted that 77 is the most he has ever made in a row while he sinked 94 of 100 in total as he is clearly in a shooting rhythm at a critical time of the season which will delight coach Steve Kerr.
According to various media outlets, teammate Klay Thompson couldn’t believe the numbers as he revealed his personal best is 36 in a row as he trails his back-court partner in second place in the league for made threes this season.
Curry has made 284 threes this season as he continues to lead the way in many people’s MVP voting, and while that award will soon be handed out, he will be focused on ensuring that the Warriors take their form from the regular season into the playoffs which start this weekend.
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