With less than 10:30 remaining in the game Wednesday night, the Warriors led the Bucks 76-73.
Then, Stephen Curry took over.
The MVP candidate hit three 3-pointers in a 65-second span that gave Golden State an 85-75 advantage.
On his third triple, Curry released the ball from the left wing and before it went through the net, he turned and ran back towards the Warriors bench to celebrate with his teammates. (play video below to see it)
"Steph had arguably one of his worst games of the year going and then ... (he hit three straight 3-pointers) ... But that's Steph," head coach Steve Kerr said. "That's why he's Steph Curry. I used to watch it with Michael Jordan. On nights when he'd miss 10 shots in a row and everybody else would just clam up, he'd just all a sudden find it. And that incredible confidence is unbreakable, and Steph has that and that's what makes him special."
Prior to his 3-point barrage, Curry was struggling with his shot.
The 2015 3-point shootout champion was 2-for-10 from the floor, yet the Warriors had the lead because of stingy defense and big-time contributions from Draymond Green (23 points) and Shaun Livingston (season-high 16 points).
"I said this before, there's not really anybody that can duplicate what Steph does," Livingston said following the win. "So when he's not rolling, we have to pick him up collectively as a unit."
Until he decides to start raining threes...