STEPH CURRY SHARES A HUG WITH LINDSAY LOHAN BEFORE TYING KOBE BRYANT’S RECORD FOR MOST POINTS SCORED BY A PLAYER OVER 35 WITH SIXTY…(VIDEO) – News

Lindsay Lohan prior to the Golden State Warriors’ 141-134 overtime loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.

Before Saturday’s game got underway, Curry stopped by Lohan’s courtside seat in Atlanta for a quick conversation with the actress and her husband Bader Shammas before exchanging hugs with both of them.

The 35-year-old point guard went onto have an unbelievable game and score 60 points, but his return was ultimately in vain as Golden State eventually lost in overtime to the Hawks.

With his 60-point haul, Curry tied the late Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant’s record for most points scored by a player over the age of 35.

Following the completion of the game Curry then exchanged a few more words with Lohan and her husband.

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Warriors OG Stephen Curry said hi to Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan before losing to Atlanta

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Curry shared a hug with Lohan, who was at Saturday’s game in Atlanta with her husband

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The actress was seated courtside to watch the game, which was not decided until overtime

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Curry had an outstanding game and finished the night with 60 points in the overtime loss

Last year Lohan signed a deal with Netflix for two upcoming films.

She is set to star in the romantic comedy ‘Irish Wish’, which is slated to be released in 2024.

Lohan will also have a role the film ‘ Our Little Secret,’ which was set to begin filming in January of 2024.

Curry was recently named to this year’s All-Star game as one of the reserves for the Western Conference.

It was also announced that he will take part in a three-point contest against New York Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu.

Curry hit 10 three-pointers while putting together his 60-point performance and shot 10-23 from beyond the arch all together. He finished only two points shy of his career high of 62 points.

He ended the night with totals of 60 points, six rebounds, and four assists while shooting 22-38 from the field and 6-6 on free throws.

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Curry tied Kobe Bryant for the most points scored by a player age 35 or older by hitting 60

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He hit 10 shots from three-point range but missed the potential game-winner in regulation

Curry missed the final shot of regulation which resulted in the game going to overtime, where Atlanta was able to finally pull away after keeping the Warriors off the score board for the majority of the extra basketball.

Golden State’s record now falls to 21-25 while Atlanta’s moves to 22-27.

Curry and the Warriors next game will be against the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night.

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