The typical NBA All-Star Saturday (Skills Challenge, Three-Point Contest, and Dunk Contest) are all happening on Sunday, the same day as the All-Star Game, due to the pandemic. And, as expected Steph Curry put on an incredible show in the Three-Point Contest.

Curry made it look far too easy in the first round, putting together a score of 31.

The net didn’t even move on his last shot of the round.

And in the second round (the final round), Curry had a crazy late run to get 28 and top Mike Conley (27) for the win. CLUTCH!

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That’s Curry’s second Three-Point Contest crown.

Curry carried over the ridiculous shooting into the All-Star Game. Through one quarter, Curry is 4-of-6 on threes, and one of them was an absurd logo triple that he casually nailed.

The greatest shooter we’ve ever seen, and he’s going to remain the league’s best shooter for a long while.

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