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Steph Curry returned from injury last night to help the Golden State Warriors steal Game 4 from the Trail Blazers in Portland, and he did so in record-breaking fashion.
After scoring 23 points during regulation, Curry tok over in the extra frame, scoring 17 of the Warriors’ 21 points in overtime to break the record for most overtime points by a single player in regular season AND postseason history.
Here’s a look at Curry’s record-breaking OT performance, which helped give Golden State the 132-125 victory and a 3-1 series lead:
Warriors fans were obviously ecstatic to see their MVP guard back in the lineup for the first time since Game 4 of their opening round series against the Houston Rockets.
As for Blazers fans, I think the look on the face of owner Paul Allen says it all: