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By ANTONIO GONZALEZ
AP Sports Writer
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Stephen Curry shot for two days this week before he noticed a new plaque hanging above the court at the Golden State Warriors' practice facility recognizing his NBA-record 272 made 3-pointers last season.
Curry had been focused on another number written on a board inside the team's training room. The figure represents the amount of wins the Warriors want to accomplish this season.
Curry says ``it has a five in front of it.''
After a whirlwind summer around the world, Curry refuses to rest on his recent achievements. Along with co-captain David Lee, Curry has organized voluntary team workouts for the second straight September, which proved pivotal to Golden State's strong start and surprising playoff run last season.
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