Exactly what the NBA world seen Saturday night in the Golden State Warriors' 121-118 overtime triumph over the Oklahoma City Thunder was the single best shooting performance in NBA regular season history. There have certainly been Kobe Bryant's 81 for starters -- Wilt Chamberlain's 100 and greater scoring performances than Stephen Curry's meager 46. But those were constructed on the backs of quantity and free throws.
That has been the single best shooting performance we have seen in the normal season. Bryant's 81 was vs. a poor Raptors team. This is against the Thunder, on the way, vs. a determined team at full strength on national television with OKC attempting to show it can really challenge the Warriors in the playoffs.
Mathematically, it is possible to take numerous other performances. In circumstance? This is greatness.
Curry's final shot to top his record-tying 12-of-16 3-point performance was this 38.4-foot shot, which won the game for the Warriors, sending them to 53 victories for the season.
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