Stephen Curry leads the NBA when it comes to at least seven three-pointers made in an NBA playoff game, according to Crazy Stats Facebook.

Golden State Warriors superstar Curry made seven three-point shots in Game 4 against the Portland Trail Blazers in Oregon on Monday. The 29-year-old shot 7-of-11 from beyond the arc on his way to recording 37 points in the match.

It has been Curry's career-ninth playoff game where he has made at least seven field goals behind the three-point line. Former NBA player Ray Allen is right next to the Warriors guard with seven games of that type.

Curry's teammate Klay Thompson is ranked at number three, having achieved five games where he has made at least seven three-point buckets.

Except for the first three mentioned players, eight more players have achieved that stat. Four of those eight players are still active -- JR Smith in three games, Vince Carter, Danny Green and James Harden all in two games. 37 players managed to put that stat once.

The Warriors came out firing

The Golden State Warriors have tied the NBA record for first quarter points scored in an NBA playoff game, reveals Twitter. The Warriors had 45 points on the board after the first quarter of the game against the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday. Golden State, who went on a 14-0 run to start the game, had a convincing 45-22 lead after the opening quarter.

The Warriors handed a 25 loss to the Trail Blazers in the end 128-103 to close out the series with a 4-0 series result. With the win, the Warriors have clinched the Western Conference semi-finals, where they will be facing next either the Los Angeles Clippers or Utah Jazz.

The Toronto Raptors had a day

The Raptors beat the Milwaukee Bucks 118-93 in Game 5 of their NBA playoffs first-round series.

The team from Canada shot 57.7 percent from the field on their way to clinching a 3-2 series lead over the Bucks. The 118 points scored by the Raptors are their new franchise record when it comes to the postseason, according to NBA.

Shooting guard Norman Powell led the way for the Raptors in Game 5, scoring 25 points on an excellent 8-of-11 shooting from the field.

He was joined by teammates Serge Ibaka and DeMarre Carroll, who shot 8-of-10 and 4-of-6 respectively. 27-year-old Ibaka ended the game with 19 points, while veteran guard Carroll contributed to his team with 12 points scored on the night.

Another excellent shooting night could help the Raptors make past the Bucks and reach the Eastern Conference semi-finals. The winner of this series is set to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers, who swept the Indiana Pacers with a 4-0 series score. The Cavaliers, Houston Rockets, and Golden State Warriors are the only teams so far to have progressed to the next round.