Basketball star Stephen Curry broke the record for a number of 3-pointers in a game. During a game with New Orleans Penguins, Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors played a tight game with the game being won by the smallest of margins. The sports megastar put up 13 three-pointers during the game, breaking his own record infront of his home crowd. Curry did not shy away from sharing his enthusiasm for his record, posting his proud moment on Twitter .
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) November 10, 2016
Playing on home turf, Stephen Curry was poised as he netted basket after basket to make it 13 three-pointers during the 4th quarter of the game. With the scoreboard at 109 to 97 to the Golden State Warriors the crowd witnessed history in the making as Curry topped an elite group of basketball players to shatter the record for the most three-pointers in a game. The monumental moment sent the crowd into a frenzy and had Curry grinning with pride.
Stephen Curry at 28 is known in NBA circles as the “greatest shooter in history” and his new record just goes to prove his greatness. The Ohio native continues to make strides in his career. With numerous accolades including Rookie of The Year and NBA Sportsmanship Award early in his career, Steph Curry continues to set new goals for himself. This new record put the young athlete ahead of with Kobe Bryant from Los Angeles Lakers and Donyell Marshall Toronto Raptors who have 12 3-pointers each .