Stephen Curry Scores 62, Becomes Second-Oldest Player to Score over 60

So it turns out Stephen Curry is still a legendary basketball player.
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So it turns out Stephen Curry is still a legendary basketball player.

After beginning the season downright freezing cold by his standards as the Warriors bumbled their way to the worst offensive rating in the league, Curry found his stash of old fireworks and set them all off at once on Sunday, going for a career-high 62 points to become the second-oldest player in history to put up at least 60 points -- trailing only Kobe Bryant, who hung 60 on the Jazz in his final career game at 37 years old.

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