Draymond: Steph's 3-point hunt isn't negatively affecting Dubs


Steph Curry only made three 3-pointers and fell short of making history Saturday night in the Warriors’ 102-93 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. 

Heading into the game, the Warriors guard needed 10 threes to break Ray Allen’s all-time record for 3-pointers made. 

And although it wasn’t Chase Center, Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia had a homey vibe to it with brother Seth and the rest of the family in attendance -- an almost perfect setting to celebrate a historic night. 

With all eyes on Steph, Seth, Matisse Thybulle and the Sixers limited the sharpshooter to 18 points on 6-of-20 shooting from the field, including 3-of-14 from behind the arc. 

Since last week, the world has been watching Steph and counting down the number of 3-pointers needed to witness history. 

But what seems like a lot of pressure isn’t bothering the team, Draymond Green said. 

When asked if the record pursuit was hanging over the team, Green said he thinks it’s hanging over the world.

“We all want to see it,” Green told reporters after the game Saturday. “But if you’re asking me if it’s negatively affecting the team -- no.”  

As a team, Golden State shot 39 percent from the floor and 25.5 percent from behind the 3-point line. 

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Curry’s next chance to break the record is Monday against the Indiana Pacers, although he reportedly might sit out that game. 

If he doesn’t play Monday, he could get the chance to make history on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks on national television. 

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