Stephen Curry breaks his own three-pointer record in Warriors win vs Thunder

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Saturday night's game between the Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder was one of the most incredible games seen in the NBA in years.

By the end of overtime, it was the current league champions who came out on top by a score of 121-118 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

As usual, Stephen Curry shined brightly as one of the best players on the hardwood on that evening.

The current NBA MVP finished the night as the game's highest scorer with 46 points, and he also achieved six assists and three rebounds. Kevin Durant, who was the Thunder's highest scorer, managed 37 points, five assists, and 12 rebounds.

Not only did Curry tie the record for the most three-pointers in a single game with 12, but he also broke his own record for most three-pointers in a single season. His new record currently sits on 288, breaking his own record of 286 from last season. 

With so many games still left to play this season, this has been an incredible achievement by the Warriors star and it may become a record which stays unbroken for many seasons to come.

The Warriors' 53rd victory of the season sees them become the first team since the 1987-88 Los Angeles Lakers to clinch a playoff spot in February. 

This game was truly remarkable and it will be remembered as one of the best games watched this year by many.

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