The Thunder started Saturday night’s contest with an “anybody but Curry” defense against the Warriors — Stephen Curry had just two first quarter shots.
But that strategy didn’t hold up.
By the time Curry drained a 32-footer at the end of overtime to give Golden State he was setting records:
• He hit 12 threes, tying the record for most in a game (Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall).
• He has knocked down 288th three-pointers this season, breaking his own record for most threes made in a season. With 25 games remaining.
• Curry is now the first player in NBA history to hit 10 or more threes in consecutive games.
The man is just ridiculous. And fun to watch.