Steph Curry didn’t take long into the 2018-19 NBA season to remind everyone that he’s absolutely ridiculous.

Curry scored 51 points and drained 11-of-16 three-point attempts — and went 10-of-10 at the line — in the Warriors’ 144-122 thrashing of the Wizards on Wednesday night.

And he did that in three quarters!

Curry has now made more three-pointers than four *teams* on the season:

It’s Curry’s sixth career game with at least 11 triples. All other players in the history of the NBA have combined for seven games with at least 11 threes made.

Amazing.

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