Stephen Curry had a historically bad shooting night in Warriors’ win over Sixers
Stephen Curry leads the league in three-pointers made this season by a fairly wide margin, but even the best players in the world can go through an occasional shooting slump.
The Warriors got a 119-108 road win over the Sixers on Monday, but it was in spite of some historically bad shooting from the reigning MVP.
Curry finished 0-for-11 from beyond the arc, which tied a record for the most threes missed without a make set by only two other players since the 1983-84 season.
Antoine Walker put up the same stat line as a member of the Celtics in 2001, and Trey Burke did it in 2015 while playing for the Jazz.