Watch: Steph Curry shows off limitless range with pair of long-distance 3-pointers in first half vs. Kings

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After snapping an 11-game streak with 32 or more points with an 18 point effort against the Washington Wizards, Steph Curry has quickly bounced back, scoring over 30 points in his last two games to lead the Golden State Warriors to a pair of victories.

On his way to scoring a game-high 37 points on 11-of-21 shooting from the floor with seven rebounds and four assists in 38 minutes against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday, the seven-time All-Star guard showed off his elite range.

In the first half against the Kings, Curry started strong with 23 points in the opening two quarters, featuring a pair of ridiculous 3-pointers from way beyond the arc.

Early in the first quarter, Curry pulled the trigger on a jumper off the dribble over Sacramento’s Buddy Hield from just a couple of steps inside the halfcourt line.

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To end the second half, Curry again showed off his limitless range with another deep triple. As a pair of defenders waited for him at the 3-point line, Curry pulled up from the Chase Center logo to drill a jumper with seconds ticking away in the second quarter.

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Following his electric triple from downtown San Francisco, Curry broke another NBA record. The 33-year-old point guard surpassed James Harden for the most 3-pointers in a single month with 83 triples in April. Curry added to his lead with two more 3-pointers in the second half for a total of 85.

Curry finished the contest against Sacramento shooting 7-of-14 from deep.

The two-time Most Valuable Player will have the opportunity to build on his historic shooting month with two more games slated for April. On Tuesday, the Warriors will welcome Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks to Chase Center.

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