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With a layup in the first quarter, Steph Curry etched his name at the top of the Golden State Warriors’ history books in one of the most prized categories. Following a 21 point explosion in the first quarter, Curry passed Wilt Chamberlain’s franchise-best 17,783 points to become Golden State’s all-time leading scorer.

While Curry notched his latest milestone in a Warriors’ uniform, one of his former teammates was watching. Following Curry’s achievement, Andre Iguodala chimed in on Instagram. The Miami Heat veteran forward posted an Instagram story with a photo of Curry on television with the caption, “a god.”

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After rewriting the record books, Curry went on to lead the Warriors with a scorching 53-point effort on 14-of-24 shooting from the floor against the Denver Nuggets. The three-time NBA champion added six boards and four assists in Golden State’s 116-107 victory at Chase Center on Monday night.

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