The Golden State Warriors began their quest for a three-peat by clobbering the Los Angeles Clippers in their NBA Western Conference matchup on Saturday, April 13 (Sunday, April 14, Manila time).

And Clippers coach Doc Rivers wan’t exactly happy that it was Stephen Curry who turned out to be the thorn again.

Stephen Curry unleashed 38 points, shooting 8-of-12 from beyond the arc to pass Ray Allen (385) with 386 to become the all-time leader for three-points made in the playoffs.

“Curry has destroyed us all year,” said Rivers. “We have to try to do better from a coaching perspective.”

Aside from another scoring spectacle, Curry also hauled down a career-high 15 rebounds and dished out 7 assists in the defending champions’ 121-104 drubbing of the Clippers