With under a minute to play in the forth quarter the Golden State Warriors handed the ball to their sharpshooter knowing their win streak was on the line.

Stephen Curry is unbelievable.

In typical Warriors fashion Stephen Curry drained a 26 foot three pointer to give the Golden State Warriors the 103-101 lead with little time left in the fourth quarter.

Steph nearly breaks the ankles of Utah Jazz guard Rodney Hood before stepping back, and draining a three to push his team to 19-0 on the year (video above).

With the Warriors record now standing at 19-0 one question remains. Can the Golden State Warriors be defeated?

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