Stephen Curry sets three-point record in the NBA All-Star game
Curry, playing for Team LeBron in the NBA All-Star Game drained three after three to set a new record of 16. He also won the Kobe Bryant trophy for MVP.
Steph Curry, the greatest three-point shooter in the history of basketball set a new record for three-pointers in this evening’s All-Star Game, between Team LeBron and Team Durant.
Curry smashes three-point record in All-Star Game
In the first half Curry shot 8-for-11 on three-pointers, a single half record, and then in the third quarter went into overdrive, slamming home another seven, with a couple coming from the half-court line.
The previous record number of three-pointers in an All-Star Game was nine, from Paul George in the 2016 All-Star Game.
Curry just failed to beat Anthony Davis’ record of 52 points in an All-Star Game, finishing the game with 50 points. LeBron James threw the winning basket to end the game 163-160.
Curry wins MVP
Curry topped off his night by picking up the Kobe Bryant trophy for the All-Star Game MVP. "It's pretty special," he said as he was awarded the trophy.