Steph Curry has put on a clinic in overtime, to help his Golden State Warriors to a 3-1 series lead over the Portland Trailblazers on Tuesday.
Curry, in his first game back after miss two weeks with a knee injury, finished with 40 points for the game, including a whopping 17 points in overtime.
The scores were tied at 111 a piece at the end of regulation time, before Curry exploded scoring 17 of the Warriors 21 points in overtime, as Golden State won 132-125.
Curry's 17 points in OT are the most by any player in NBA history, in both playoff and the regular season.
Meanwhile, in the day's other game Miami defeated Toronto 94-87, to level the Eastern Conference semifinal series 2-2, thanks to 30 points from Dwyane Wade.