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Stephen Curry went from doubtful to questionable to being activated for Game 4 against the Blazers all in one day. Steve Kerr’s plan coming into the game was to ease Curry back into it and try to play him for just about 25 minutes in the game. However, a Shaun Livingston ejection and the Blazers deadly attack forced Kerr to play Curry for most of the fourth quarter and OT, where Steph would make history and remind everyone why he is the best basketball player in the world.
17 points in overtime (NBA record)
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) May 10, 2016
Curry went off for 10 clutch points down the stretch of regulation then broke Portland’s heart in OT as exploded for another 17 points which included some of his cold-blooded, signature 3-pointers. Curry, who finished with 40 points on the night, set the record for most points in an OT by any player ever, regular or postseason and broke a tight game open leading his Warriors to a 132-125 win.
— NBA TV (@NBATV) May 10, 2016
Hands down, one of the greatest performances of Curry’s career.