The Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry “went crazy”. On April 19, the Warriors beat the Eastern Conference’s No 1 Philadelphia 76ers 107-86. Curry himself scored 49 points. This was his fifth 40-point game in April. Now he has passed Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan for the most 40-point games in a month, CNN reported. What’s more, he averaged 40.8 points per game with 54.9 percent shooting and 50.3 percent accuracy for 3-point shots over his first 10 games in April, news website Insider noted. But Curry wasn’t surprised at the historical numbers. “Peaking at the right time ... Just trying to continue to get better and build that confidence of playing my best basketball towards the end of the season,” Curry said when asked why he maintains such a high level of play, according to ESPN.