Curry breaks own record, ties another against Thunder


Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry broke his own record for three-pointers hit in a season and tied the NBA record for threes made in a game on Saturday.

Having already hit his record 287th three-pointer of the season in overtime, Curry added to the total in dramatic fashion.

With the game tied, Curry made a three-pointer with 0.6 seconds left on the clock to give Golden State a 121-118 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

That three was also his 12th of the game, which tied Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall for the NBA record.

"Coach [Steve Kerr] said if we got a clean rebound we could push it," Curry said on ABC about the last shot.

"I noticed the defense was kind of shuffling so I pulled."

Curry finished with 46 points as the win moved Golden State to 53-5.