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Stephen Curry: Four stats to know from his record-breaking performance against the Philadelphia 76ers

It seems like when it's all said and done, Steph Curry is going to own every single 3-point record in NBA history.

Tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers, the two-time MVP added a few more to his resume, knocking down 10 3-pointers on his way to 49 points on an efficient 14-of-28 (50%) from the field and 10-of-17 (58.8%) from beyond the arc.

His shot chart is something else!

Let's take a deeper dive inside the numbers in yet another record-breaking night for the Warriors superstar.

72: Threes made in a 10-game stretch

The 33-year-old has now buried 72 3-pointers in his past 10 games - the most in a 10-game stretch in NBA history.

Even more impressively, he's connected on 50.3 percent of his 3s in that span, going 72-of-143.

21: Games with 10+ threes

Tonight's performance marked his sixth game this season knocking down 10+ 3s and the 21st in his career - no other player in NBA history has more than five for their career.

The next closest on the list is his Splash Brother Klay Thompson with five. His lead over the pack is ridiculous.

Player Games with 10+ 3s
Stephen Curry 21
Klay Thompson 5
James Harden 3
Damian Lillard 3
J.R. Smith 3
Zach LaVine 2

11: Steph passes Kobe

Curry's 11th straight 30+ point game makes him the first player in NBA history aged 33 or older to do so, passing Kobe Bryant's previous record of 10.

His streak is also the most by a Warriors player since Wilt Chamberlain in 1964.

5: 40-point games in a month

Since the calendar flipped to April, Curry has been on a scoring tear, with tonight's performance his fifth 40-point game of the month.

That mark passes Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan for most 40-point games in a single month by a player 33 years or older.

Curry is on track to join James Harden, Elgin Baylor, Kobe Bryant (3x) and Wilt Chamberlain (11x) as the only players in NBA history to average 40 points in a month.

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