In a historic display of shooting prowess, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors set a new NBA record by sinking 13 three-pointers in a single game. His remarkable performance propelled the Warriors to a convincing victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Curry’s shooting clinic was a sight to behold, as he finished the game with 49 points, including his record-breaking three-pointers. His long-range accuracy and ability to create shots off the dribble left the Pelicans’ defense scrambling to contain him.
The Warriors’ supporting cast also played a vital role, with Draymond Green orchestrating the offense and providing solid defense, while Andrew Wiggins contributed with timely scoring and defensive stops.
Despite the Pelicans’ best efforts, led by Zion Williamson’s 32 points, they couldn’t contain Curry’s shooting onslaught. The victory solidifies the Warriors’ position as one of the top teams in the Western Conference and serves as a reminder of Curry’s status as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history.