Another night and another record broken for Steph Curry

The NBA's MVP scored 51 points against Orlando Magic

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Steph Curry is quite simply a phenomenon.

The Golden State Warriors star broke another NBA record on Thursday night when he scored a three-pointer for the 128th game in a row. 

Curry equalled the record on Wednesday night in Miami and wasted no time putting his name to the top of the list when he scored his first three-pointer in the first quarter of Golden State's 130-114 win.

Despite Curry's history-making night, it will be best remembered for his 51 points scored in the game. In the history of the NBA, on only seven occasions has a player scored at least 50 points and ten three-pointers in a game. Steph Curry has done it four of those times.

His basket at the end of the third-quarter was taken from the halfway line to try and beat the buzzer. Did anyone even doubt that it wasn't going to go in?

The Warriors now lie at an outstanding 52-5 and remain on course to try and become the best team in the regular season in NBA history.