Steph Curry has been an unstoppable force this season as the Golden State Warriors continue to chase the Chicago Bulls' 72 win record.
The Warriors became the quickest team to 50 wins in NBA history this week after they overcame the Atlanta Hawks, reaching the milestone one game faster than the Michael Jordan-led Bulls.
Dub Nation took their record to 52-5 on Thursday night with Curry draining 10 three-pointers in the 130-114 blowout win against the Orlando Magic.
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The game at the Amway Center wrote Curry into history yet again as he broke Kyle Korver's record for consecutive games in a row with a bucket from deep.
Steph looks certain to retain his title of league MVP having improved on his stats from last season and Steve Kerr, who played with Jordan and coaches Curry, believes the 27-year-old is on the same level as the greatest of all time.
As per CSN Bay Area, the Warriors head coach said: "I was fortunate to play with Michael Jordan and just about every night I was awestruck. I would say that Steph is on that level now. You see it night after night. It's awesome, but it becomes routine because he does it so often."
Curry has been simply incredible this season as the Warriors look to make history. The 2015 champion has inspired the Oakland-based franchise throughout the campaign but everyone in the Bay knows their run at the Bulls' record will mean nothing if they don't come away with a ring this year.