Steph Curry has had an amazing year with The Golden State Warriors. In Monday’s game against Oklahoma City Thunder, in which Curry hit seven three pointers, and Klay Thompson hit six.
The two worked together to bring in a 96-88 Game 7 victory, also they both also surpassed the previous record of 28 made three pointers during a single playoff series.
Overall, Steph has finished the series with 32 three-pointers made, and Klay finished with 30.
The two were a dream duo last night, having carried the team to victory, with Thompson falling right behind Curry as the player with the most threes made in an entire season (Curry has 402 under his belt, and Thompson has 276).
Thompson received praise from team owner Joe Lacob during Game 6 when he single handedly carried the team to a win.
We’re sure the two have more cooked up for the upcoming game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.