While it was LeBron James who nailed the game-winning shot for his team, Curry was doing some incredible things during the game and even broke a monster record.
He put on a clinic and hit 16 three-pointers, scoring 50 points for Team LeBron.
Nothing was stopping Curry, everything he touched turned to gold.
And the Warriors legend looked like he was having a blast through it all.
16 threes for Steph… and the reax to match 😁 pic.twitter.com/AOurVHQjgM
— NBA (@NBA) February 21, 2022
Not only was Curry’s performance one for the record books, but it was also an indication that he may be entering the final stretch of the NBA season with some new wind in his sails.
Chef Curry Gets Cooking
Before Curry’s performance on Sunday, the All-Star Game record for three-pointers made was held by Paul George who had landed nine threes.
Curry’s 16 leaves that record in the dust and goes to show that when Curry is hot, no one comes close to him.
Sunday night’s performance from Curry is particularly exciting for Warriors fans because it’s a form of the player they haven’t seen in some time.
Before the All-Star break, Curry shot 37 percent from beyond the arc, which is the lowest mark of his career.
But he caught wind of something on Sunday and was playing better than ever before leading many to wonder if this is the sort of Curry we will see when the break is over later this week?
If so, the rest of the NBA should be worried because is Curry plays this well – or even close to this well – for the rest of the season then a Finals MVP trophy could have his name on it.