Stephen Curry – Records and Stats
Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors’ point guard, owns many records
The Golden State Warriors, the last champion of American Basketball League (NBA), are trying to break winning record belonging to Chicago Bulls who won 72 matches in 1995-96 season. The last owner of the Most Valuable Player of the Year (MVP) award, Stephen Curry, is also developing his individual record. 27-years-older Curry finally earned the first player title, scoring 300 three-point throws.
Curry scored 40 points for the 12th time this season, scored 51 points against Orlando Magic on February, 25. He played this game for the 5th time in his career. Stephen Curry went the players one better, such as George Mikan, Jerry West, Nate Archibald, Bob McAdoo, Moses Malone, Larry Bird, Karl Malone, Tracy McGrady, Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant with this success. Curry finished the Oklahoma City Thunder match, which they beat 121-118 on February, 27, by a score of 12 triples in 16th place. Thus, he shared a record of “the player scored a maximum of 3 points in an NBA match” belongs to Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshal.
Curry also succeeded Michael Jordan’s performance in 1995-96 season, when he was chosen as the most valuable player. Curry scored 20 points, 6.5 assists and 5.4 rebounds. Jordan had played with 30.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game in the 1995-1996 season. Curry, who played 34 minutes in the court, scored 90.9 % in free throws and 46.1 % in three-point throws. Jordan scored 83.4 % in free throws and 42.7 % in three-point throws playing for 37.7 minutes in 1995-1996 season, when he was 32.