Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry Sets New Three-Point Record in Win over the New York Knicks

In a historic performance, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors shattered the all-time three-point record as his team secured a thrilling victory against the New York Knicks. Curry’s shooting prowess was on full display as he surpassed Ray Allen’s previous record and solidified his status as the greatest shooter in NBA history.

Curry entered the game needing just two three-pointers to break the record, and he wasted no time in doing so. With his signature quick release and incredible accuracy, Curry drained multiple long-range shots throughout the game, leaving the Madison Square Garden crowd in awe.

As Curry reached and eventually surpassed the record, the crowd erupted in applause, acknowledging the magnitude of his achievement. The game briefly paused as a tribute video played, celebrating Curry’s remarkable career and his impact on the game of basketball.

Despite the Knicks’ best efforts to contain him, Curry’s shooting exhibition proved to be too much to handle. His record-breaking night not only highlighted his individual brilliance but also propelled the Warriors to an important victory in the highly competitive Western Conference.

With this record, Curry solidifies his legacy as one of the greatest players in NBA history and further cements the Warriors’ status as championship contenders.