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His nine three-pointers were an NBA finals record, eclipsing Ray Allen. 

By Charlotte Carroll
June 03, 2018

Stephen Curry hit a barrage of threes in the fourth quarter of Game 2 against the Cavaliers on Sunday to secure the Warriors' 122–103 win. 

His nine three-pointers were an NBA finals record, eclipsing Ray Allen's eight three-pointers. 

Curry had 33 points, seven rebounds and eight assists. 

The Warriors point guard's fourth-quarter performance put the game away against the Cavs, who were down by 10 at the end of the third quarter.

The Cavaliers host the Warriors in Game 3 on Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET. 

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