The Margin: Steph Curry’s historic season, and Golden State’s, is only 71% in the books

Really, at this point, what does one say about Steph Curry?

By now, the gushy superlatives have been repeated so often they’ve been dulled to meaninglessness; the statistics, as brilliant as they are, offer little more than confirmation. Saturday night versus Oklahoma City, Curry, the backcourt maestro of the Golden State Warriors, scored 46 points on 14 of 24 shooting, including 12 of 16 from beyond the 3-point line

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During the overtime win, in which Golden State recovered from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit against one of the best teams in the league, Curry broke his own record for 3-point shots made in a single season.

The Warriors still have 24 games left.

It’s February, and Curry’s 2016 is already historic.

An expanded version of this report appears at WSJ.com.

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