Found April 16, 2013 on Five Tool Tool:
One more to tie the record Tonight in Oakland, in a game that the Warriors needed to avoid the Spurs (and certain doom) in the first round, Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was within deep striking distance of Ray Allen's all-time three-point record. The Spurs did their usual routine of substituting liberally in a game they did not need to win, which is to say they threw in the shock troops, and watched said troops acquit themselves, because the Spurs' bench and coaching is just like that. And then the fourth quarter started, and Curry did his Human Torch impersonation, and when it was all over, the Warriors had ripped off a 19-0 run and gotten a gift from the Suns in their game over Houston, and might wound up with a hobbled Denver team in the first round instead. So a star came up big, in a home game they needed to have, against bench guys. Big deal, right? And this is where not watching Game just ruins things for you, because anyone who watched Curry in this game saw ...
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