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Golden State Warriors' star Steph Curry's stunning season has continued, surpassing the great Michael Jordan's career three-point tally.

But it gets better.

After making seven threes in his last game, Curry now has more three-pointers in his last two seasons (587) than Michel Jordan scored in his entire career (581).

Granted, Jordan was not known for his perimeter shooting and he did play in a different era when rules were different and less emphasis was placed on threes. However, it is still an amazing feat from Curry, who continues to break record after record with his astonishing season.

He is currently averageing a league best 30.7 points per game this season, with his Warriors sitting pretty with the best record in the league at 56-6.