Steph Curry is a one-man wrecking crew right now for the Warriors.
The Warriors' superstar extended his career-long streak of 30 or more points to 10 straight games on Saturday against the Boston Celtics.
Through three quarters at TD Garden, Curry had a magnificent 38 points in 30 minutes.
Curry is the first Warriors player to have a streak of 10 games with 30 or more points since Wilt Chamberlain's 12-game streak in 1964.
As impressive as Curry's current streak is, he likely won't catch Chamberlain's longest streak of 65 straight games.
Curry also matched another NBA icon, equaling the late Kobe Bryant's streak for consecutive 30-point games for a player 33 years of age or old.
Curry entered Saturday's game averaging a staggering 39 points in eight April contests, and looks poised to reach that number against the Celtics.