Entering the Warriors' game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Nov. 7, 2016, Steph Curry had made double-digit 3-pointers in a single game six separate times, including tying the then-NBA record of 12 on one occasion. He also was coming off his first game in nearly two full seasons without a single made 3-pointer, having gone 0-for-10 from long distance against the Los Angeles Lakers three nights earlier.

So when Curry went off for a new record of 13 treys against the Pelicans that night, Warriors coach Steve Kerr didn't see it as pure coincidence. Quite the opposite, actually.

"He came from a really tough night at Staples," Kerr told the Mercury News' Wes Goldberg about what he remembered from Curry's record-setting performance. "So, if you know Steph, you can sometimes get a feel for when he’s going to explode. That night, we kind of expected that, knowing how competitive he is. So, it wasn’t really a surprise. He got out to a great start and just got rolling."

Warriors and NBA fans will get another chance to watch Curry rain down 13 threes Friday night when the Warriors-Pelicans game is re-aired on NBC Sports Bay Area at 8 p.m. In Kerr's opinion, it exemplified what has allowed the two-time NBA MVP to be so successful. 

"To me, that game defines Steph as a competitor more than as a shooter because of the 0-for-10 game, the lead-up, having three days off, getting the technical [when he complained about a non-call on Anthony Davis]. All of that makes so much sense knowing Steph as well as I do because he’s a fierce, fierce competitor. I think the 13 threes and the record were a direct result from the 0-for-10 night and his response to that."


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Curry never has topped the 13 treys he made that night, and held that record for almost two full years until his fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson one-upped him with 14 on Oct. 29, 2018.

You'll probably get another chance to re-watch that one, too.