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Despite losing Steph Curry to an injury Golden State went 21-40 from beyond the arc to set an NBA Playoff single game record in their Game 4 win vs Houston.

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46 thoughts on “Warriors Drain NBA Playoff Record 21 3-Pointers in Game 4

  1. The scary part is they did this without Stephen Curry. Honestly this team is the team to beat with or without Steph. I predict them beating the injury ridden Clippers 4-1, and if they play the trailblazers I predict a 4-2 win. As for the WCF… That remains to be seen.

  2. The Warriors coach used to be and is still widely considered to be one of the best 3 pt shooters of all time, so no surprise that the team he coaches is lights out. Just hope Curry gets better soon, so he doesn't miss out on them winning another championship. Plus, a warriors vs Cavs matchup wouldn't be as fun to watch without curry battling Irving.

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