Stephen Curry—Three-point King, Golden Boy, Splash Brother, and Baby-faced Assassin. Steph Curry has won MVP twice, and is a seven-time All-star. He currently holds the record for the most three-pointers and highest free throw percentage in Golden State Warriors franchise history. Already a famous player, this 33 year old is making himself known even more this season. Many people, including himself, believe he is playing the best basketball of his life. What looked like a horrible season for the Warriors is turning around with the MVP mentality of Steph Curry, his long range shots, and sick handles.
On March 15th, a pass to Kelly Oubre Jr. broke the Warriors Franchise record for total assists. Guy Rodgers previously held this record for 55 years with a total of 4,855 assists.
After a tailbone injury kept Curry out of multiple games, he came back ready to play some of the best basketball of his life.
On April 12th, a layup made him the all-time scoring leader in Warriors franchise history. This record was previously held by Wilt Chamberlain with an amazing 17,783 points in just six years. Watch the play here.
On April 19th, against the Sixers, Curry passed Kobe Bryant’s record of consecutive games with 30 plus points for players over 33 years old.
On April 25th, he broke the record for the most three-pointers made in a month. James Harden previously held this record back in November of 2019 with 82 made three-pointers. In the month of April, Steph had a total of 96 made shots from behind the arch.
Curry averaged 6.4 three-pointers, 37.3 points, 4.6 assists, and 7.3 free throws made per game in April.
Whether you are a Steph Curry fan or not, you have to admit that he is having an amazing season!
Morgan is a sophomore at Sweet Home High School. She mainly writes for the advice column. She plays basketball and softball and is also part of the yearbook club.