Steph Curry dominated Game 3 last night in Houston, as he led his team to a 115-80 victory. Coach Steve Kerr’s explanation of Curry’s game was simple but on point.
“Steph was Steph,” Kerr said.
Curry controlled this game while making it look effortless. Everything was clicking, whether it was him knocking down threes like usual, or getting to the basketball with the Steve Nash-like fingeroll, or getting big in the paint and grabbing one handed rebounds over the 6’10 Dwight Howard.
— NBA (@NBA) May 24, 2015
Steph Curry put himself into the record books last night as he broke Reggie Millers record of 58 3s in a single playoffs in 9 less games than that of Miller. He broke the record in the first half of the game and he went on to end the game with 7 3-pointers which put him at the top of the list with 64. As we know, this number will continue to increase as they still have games remaining in this post-season so only time will tell how high Curry’s record will go.
The way he dominated this game was so exciting to watch and the Rockets simply had no answer. Curry and his team did everything necessary to come out on the road and win the pivotal Game 3. With all the momentum, they have a chance to close out the series with a sweep on Monday, May 25th. Let’s see if they come out hungry and get the job done.