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Steph Curry only shook his head when asked about potential Warriors vs. Lakers play-in tournament matchup

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On Friday night, the Los Angeles Lakers lost their second game in a row to drop down to seventh place in the Western Conference standings. On Saturday night, Steph Curry went off for 49 points to carry the Golden State Warriors past the Oklahoma City Thunder and maintain their hold on eighth place in the Western Conference standings.

Which means, that as things stand, the Lakers and Warriors are on a collision course to meet in the play-in tournament. The team that finishes seventh will play the team that finishes eighth in the first round of the play-in tournament, with the winner earning the No. 7 seed in the playoffs. 

Asked after his big outing whether the league would enjoy such a matchup later this month, Curry simply nodded his head in memeable fashion.

The answer, obviously, is yes. Though they haven’t had the best seasons, the Warriors

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Warriors’ Steph Curry breaks record for most 3-pointers in a single month with 83 triples in April

During an explosive month of basketball in April, Steph Curry continues to shatter records. After surpassing Kobe Bryant’s streak of 10 consecutive games with 30 or more points at age 32 or older, Steph Curry rewrote the history books on Sunday for another record.

With five triples on six attempts from beyond the arc in the first half against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday night, Curry moved past James Harden for the most 3-pointers in a single month 83 triples. Harden hit 82 3-pointers in November of 2019.

To seal the record, Curry buried a jumper from way downtown. With seconds ticking away in the first half, the seven-time All-Star point guard drilled a 3-pointer from only a couple of steps inside the halfcourt line.

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During his record-breaking month, Curry is averaging 38.2 points on 52.9% shooting from the floor and

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Steph Curry breaks Wilt Chamberlain’s record to become the Golden State Warriors’ all-time scoring leader

On Monday night, it didn’t take long for Steph Curry to make history at Chase Center.

With 21 points in the first quarter against the Denver Nuggets, Curry etched his name at the top of Golden State’s record books to pass Wilt Chamberlain as the franchise’s all-time scoring leader.

Heading into Monday’s tilt against the Nuggets, Curry needed 18 points to tie Chamberlain’s franchise-best 17,783 points with the Warriors. The seven-time All-Star point guard exploded in the first quarter to officially pass Chamberlain on a layup with 1:40 remaining in the opening quarter.

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Following his 21 point flurry in the first quarter, Curry sits at the top of Golden State’s history books with 17,786 points and counting. On his way to passing Chamberlain’s mark, the two-time Most Valuable Player tallied 32 or more points in his last six contests. Over his recent six-game stretch, Curry is

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