Stephen Curry makes history in Warriors’ Game 7 win over Kings

The Golden State Warriors avoided being eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by the Sacramento Kings by beating them 120 -100 in Game 7, held at the Golden 1 Center, thanks to a historic performance by Stephen Curry.

Warriors point guard scored 50 points, the most in a Game 7 in NBA playoff history. Curry’s performance included 7 of 18 3-point attempts, eight rebounds and six assists.

The previous record belonged to Kevin Durant, who scored 48 against the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2021 season playoffs while still a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. That game is remembered because KD stepped on the 3-point line on the shot that would have given them the advantage over Giannis Antetokounmpo’s team. The Nets lost in overtime, but Durant’s performance was historic.

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Oldest player with 50 points

The record of Game 7 was not all for ‘Chef’ Curry since with the 50 points registered at the age of 50 andHe tied Utah Jazz legend Karl Malone for the oldest players with 50 points in a postseason game.

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