Editor's note: Stephen Curry's unprecedented NBA career has entered its 10th season, so we visited with the Warriors star to detail his Top 10 moments, and he obliged.

On Feb. 27, 2016, Steph Curry scored 46 points and dished out six assists in a 121-118 overtime win for the Warriors at Oklahoma City.

But that doesn't even begin to tell the whole story.

The two-time NBA MVP went 12 of 16 from 3-point territory (he went 10 of 15 the game prior in Orlando). The Warriors trailed by nine with less than 3:40 remaining in the fourth quarter. Steve Kerr and Draymond Green had to be separated in the locker room at halftime. Curry rolled his left ankle early in the third quarter, went to the locker room and returned about five minutes (of game action) later. 

"I think I knew I was coming back, it was just a matter if that was a smart decision or not," Curry recently told NBC Sports Bay Area. "I didn't want to jeopardize the rest of the season trying to be a hero that night. But when I got back into the locker room and got it re-taped, I knew I could protect myself out there and still be aggressive."

And with 0.6 seconds left in OT, Curry drilled a 37-foot pull-up triple in transition to lift Golden State to victory. He broke the Internet.

Watch the video above to hear Curry explain why he picked it as one of the top 10 moments of his 10-year NBA career.