Steph Curry was feeling himself in the first half Saturday against the Dallas Mavericks.
The Warriors star drained seven 3-pointers in a 30-point half, knocking down the 2,600th triple of his career and becoming the NBA's active leader in consecutive games with a made 3-pointer (85).
Curry came out firing, as he has all season. The 32-year-old is the NBA's leader in made first-half 3-pointers so far this season, and it's not particularly close, as The Athletic's Anthony Slater noted.
The Splash Brother ended the first half exactly halfway to fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson's single-game record with 14, but wound up finishing with 11 made 3s in the Warriors 134-132 loss.
It was the 16th time in Curry's career he's made more than 10 3-pointers in a game.