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Steph Curry scored 35 points in the Warriors' win over the Nets

Steph Curry became the first player to make at least five three-pointers in seven consecutive games on Sunday night.

His seven shots from beyond the arc in the 120-114 win over the Brooklyn Nets were enough to beat George McCloud's record of six games in a row in the 1995-96 season.

Curry, 30, has scored the most three-point shots in a season in five of the last six years, with only James Harden of the Houston Rockets breaking his stranglehold when he drained 265 last year.

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But Curry remains the king from range with his 402 in 2015-16 smashing his previous record of 286, and the Golden State Warrior looks poised to challenge his own record again - he already has 39 from six games this season.

He's a three-time champion and two-time MVP for a reason.

Click on the video above to see how he set this latest record against the Nets.

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