Nine three-pointers. Steph Curry broke an NBA Finals record on June 3, 2018 in Game 2 against the Cleveland Cavaliers with an amazing nine three-point shots. You can watch video of some of the three-pointers below.
One occurred as he was falling backwards. You can watch videos of some of his three-points in this article. Those reacting on Twitter heaped praise on Steph Curry. “Steph Curry hits his ninth three pointer and sets a new finals record for three pointers made. There’s no better and more competent guy to do it than Steph. Mvp level performance tonight,” wrote one fan. Here’s some of the reaction:
Curry’s performance helped the Golden State Warriors stay in the lead. Ray Allen previously held the record for NBA Finals three-points with eight. “Any time you’re mentioned with those kinds of names, it’s very special,” Curry told a reporter after the game. Here’s the Steph Curry three-pointer that tied that record:
Steph Curry hit a three-pointer as the clock ran out.
As one journalist wrote on Twitter, “Then Steph Curry creates another three-pointer moving without the ball. Give this man his respect.” Another tweeted, “Steph Curry sets another Finals record with his 9th made three pointer in a game. Going to be the Finals MVP. A masterclass in absurd shooting, off ball movement and shot creation.”
Here’s another view of one of the (as one fan put it) “insane” three pointers.
Source: Heavy Sports