Warriors Stephen Curry hits career best 8 3-pointers setting franchise record [video]


Warriors guard Stephen Curry had a career night against the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night. Curry knocked down a career-high eight three-pointers scoring 27 points. Curry also broke his previous mark of seven three-pointers which he had just tied on Wednesday against the Kings. He also set a franchise record, becoming the first Warrior to make at least seven 3s in back-to-back games. Wait, there’s more. He’s the first NBA player to do that since J.R. Smith with the Nuggets in April 2009.

His teammate David Lee got his third career triple-double, scoring 23 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. Dubs get the W too, 115-100. The Warriors are now 18-9 on the season and have been rolling. They take on the Lakers tonight (Saturday.)

Do you think the Warriors can keep this pace up? Who do you think they’ll knock off in the west for a playoff seed?


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