Stephen Curry scores 54 points, leaves Draymond Green hanging

Stephen Curry has been a star in the making since he carried the Davidson Wildcats to the Elite Eight in 2008. Five years later, he is on pace to be the first NBA player EVER to average over six assists and three treys per game. ESPN the Mag recently touted him to be the NBA's greatest shooter EVERRRR. Stats say so.

On Wednesday night, he planted 54 points on the Knicks at the Garden. The last player to drop at least 52 points there was LeBron James. The last player to drop more than 54 points there was Kobe Bryant (61). Needless to say, Stephen Curry doesn't high five when approaching 50 at the Garden (on national TV no less); he dances:

(Curry made sure to high five Green after knocking down his next three.)

video via Brady Green
GIF via SB Nation

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