Curry has now scored from outside the line in 127 games in a row
Steph Curry's quest to dominate the NBA from outside the three-point line shows no point in stopping.
The NBA MVP wrote another chapter in the history books on Wednesday night as he scored a three-pointer for the 127th consecutive game, equaling the record of Atlanta's Kyle Korver.
Steph Curry has made a 3-pointer in 127 straight games, tied for longest streak in NBA history. pic.twitter.com/xGC73xzS3e— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 25, 2016
Curry's record run began in November 2014. Since the game against Brooklyn, he has scored 546 three-pointers in consecutive regular season games. The run continued inside a minute of the game on Thursday night against Miami Heat.
Such is Curry's dominance from behind the line, he even scored, what looked like a casual 40-foot attempt near the end of the first quarter. It's like he is playing a different game to everyone else in the league.
The 27-year-old can break the record on Thursday night when Golden State play Orlando in Florida. After scoring a three-pointer in his last 127 regular-season games, the odds look to be in Curry's favour to break the record. With his current form, it's difficult to know when the run may stop.