After Record-Breaking Night, Stephen Curry Seen Partying in NYC With Kevin Durant

After Record-Breaking Night, Stephen Curry Seen Partying in NYC With Kevin Durant

After Record-Breaking Night, Stephen Curry Seen Partying in NYC With Kevin Durant

After NBA history was made Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the basketball player who broke a record was seen celebrating in the “city that never sleeps.”

According to The New York Post, the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-point shots, Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry, after winning a basketball game against the New York Knicks as he set the record for most 3 point shots made in NBA history, was spotted out with former teammate, Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant.

Curry was seen at Catch Steak in Manhattan as he was with Durant and fellow Warrior teammate, Andre Iguodala arriving there around 12:40 a.m. and staying there until the wee hours of the morning when they finally left the restaurant around 5:27 a.m. Another legendary former NBA player attended the dinner as well as Curry’s father, former Charlotte Hornets Dell Curry celebrated with his son.

According to NBA.com, Curry hit a pair of three-pointers in the first quarter of the game to dethrone former Boston Celtics player Ray Allen (Who made a record number of 2973 3-point shots) and ended the contest with 2977 shots made behind the three-point line. While it took Allen a total of 1300 NBA games to reach that record, Curry is only at game number 789.

Curry finished the historic night with 22 points, three rebounds, and three assists. He shot 14 times and made 5 3-pointers raising his career total to 2,977. With 23 more 3-pointers, Curry will be the first player in NBA history to make 3000.

After the historic game at Madison Square Garden, the Warrior discussed the moments leading to the history-making shot.

“I made the first one in transition,” Curry said. “Then, like the next two or three possessions, I got the ball coming down and I could see everybody on that end of the stadium just start to slowly stand up and there was like a buzz. So, I didn’t want to rush it because that’s when you kind of get in your head and try to like force the moment.

“The way that it happened: Wigs came off a screen, I kind of floated back to the 3-point line. I didn’t think I was getting the ball. He hit me. I thought about nothing. I just let it go. After that, the emotions started kicking. So, I just wanted to let it come. It was a pretty special moment.”

After Record-Breaking Night, Stephen Curry Seen Partying in NYC With Kevin Durant

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