Stephen Curry drops eight 3-pointers against the Portland Trail Blazers

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Despite winning back-to-back Most Valuable Player awards, Stephen Curry still has his doubters, but one thing that can never be taken away from him is his incredible ability from three-point territory.

The Charlotte, North Carolina native is already considered the greatest shooter in history and is well on his way to smashing all existing three-point records.

During the Golden State Warriors' final preseason encounter - a home game against the Portland Trail Blazers - he produced a typical Curry performance with eight threes in his 35-point night.


The point guard, who faced heavy criticism for his performances in the finals, shot 61.5 percent from behind the arc as the Warriors recovered from an early 16-point deficit.

Steph had six threes in the first half and his most impressive came in the first quarter as he turned an offensive rebound into three points off an incredibly difficult shot.

With the NBA season just a matter of days away, it seems the Davidson alumni has gotten over his injury problems and is prepared for another tasking campaign.

We may not see such crazy numbers being posted by Curry this season, but he is still going to be incredibly entertaining to watch - as are the Warriors as a whole.

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