Steph Curry made the type of history on Saturday that’s been abundantly clear he would make for years. With eight three-pointers in his team’s Game 1 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, the Golden State Warriors superstar passed Ray Allen for the most triples made by a player in postseason history — and did it an incredible 80 fewer games played.
While that feat is certainly impressive, it doesn’t hold a candle to the way Curry played in Game 1, scoring 38 points, grabbing 15 rebounds, and dishing out seven assists on just 16 shots. His most remarkable play in a performance full of them came in the third quarter, when the two-time MVP used a screen from Draymond Green near half court, took one dribble, and pulled up for a 30-footer between two Clippers defenders.
Curry, long on pace to break the league’s record for made three-pointers, recently discovered that his occasionally blurry vision, the result of a disease called Keratoconus, could be improved by wearing contact lenses. He first began wearing them in late March, immediately busting out of a shooting slump.
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