Stephen Curry is proving yet again why he’s the best shooter in the NBA, as tonight he is going off against the Washington Wizards.

The undisputed best shooter in the game, and arguably one of the greatest of all-time, has done it again. Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has unloaded on the Washington Wizards for 25 first quarter points, going 7-8 from downtown.

The All-Star starter is putting on a show on the road in Washington D.C., and it’s really not a surprise. If there was ever a night where he could break his current career high in points that he set back in 2013 at Madison Square Garden, it would be tonight.

Curry is on another level from every other player in the league right now. He is leading the NBA in, points, PER, true shooting %, win shares, and real plus-minus. With the incredible strides he has taken, Curry could win both the MVP award for the second straight season, and the league’s Most Improved Player.

That’s for later discussion though. Tonight we have to wait and see how many points the most entertaining athlete in the world will put up.

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