Steph Curry Nails Record-Breaking, Game-Winning 3 From 35 Feet Out


He is not human.

In a play so surreal that it could only have been done by Steph Curry, the Golden State Warriors point guard electrified viewers once again with an astounding buzzer-beating three-pointer from more than 30 feet out.

With 0.6 seconds left in overtime, Curry let fly from around 35 feet, lifting the Warriors over the Oklahoma City Thunder, 121-118.

Curry finished the game with a silly 46 points, and his three from outer space tied the NBA single-game record of 12 three-pointers. Curry also broke his own NBA record for threes in one season, now at 288.

This all after he missed several minutes of the third quarter due to an ankle injury.

But Curry, not being bound by physical limits, returned and helped his team clinch a spot in the playoffs faster than any other team in history, with 53 wins and only five losses.

Here's all 12 of Curry's threes from the record-breaking night.

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