Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is currently leading the NBA in three-pointers for the eighth time in 14 years. In 18 starts this season, the two-time MVP has made a league-best 94 threes.
Curry is also averaging 5.2 threes per game, his highest since the 2020-21 season (5.3). During that time, the Warriors guard scored a game-high 32 points and made 337 three-pointers.
According to some NBA betting sites, Stephen Curry has the fourth best odds to win the MVP in 2023. Few sportsbooks offer better odds for Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jayson Tatum and Luka Doncic.
Stephen Curry is the first player in NBA history to record 24 AST, 10 3PM and 2 (or fewer) TOs in a 2-game span.
He is still breaking records after game after game without scoring 30 goals!
— WarriorsMuse (@WarriorsMuse) November 24, 2022
Based solely on long-range shooting, Curry’s best season of his NBA career so far was the 2015-16 season. Not only did he average 30.1 points, but he shot 45.4% from beyond the arc and finished with a career-best 402 threes.
Furthermore, Curry led the NBA in points in three of his seven seasons: 2012-13 (272), 2013-14 (261), 2014-15 (286), 2015-16 (402), 2016-17 (2016-17). A.) 324), 2020-21 (337) and 2021-22 (285).
If the Warriors guard can stay healthy this season, it will be the eighth time the eight-time All-Star has dominated the rest of the league by a long shot.
Warriors star Stephen Curry leads the NBA in three-pointers for the eighth time in his 14-year career.
The most surprising fact is that not a single player was offered. Malik Beasley of the Utah Jazz has made 70 threes, Buddy Hield of the Indiana Pacers has hit 69 shots, and Donovan Mitchell of the Cleveland Cavaliers is currently at 68.
Also, Stephen Curry has attempted 211 threes this season. Anferne Simon of the Portland Trail Blazers attempted the second with a 180. Hield also attempted 178 threes. The Pacers star is shooting 38.8% from downtown.
On Sunday, in the Warriors’ 127-120 win over the Houston Rockets, the baby-faced forward joined Trae Young as the only players to record at least seven rebounds in a quarter this season. Both players achieved the feat twice.
Stephen Curry (34 years, 251 days) is the second oldest player in NBA history to record at least 30+ points and 15+ assists. pic.twitter.com/qvNRf62GaW
– Shooters Touch (@Shooters_Touch1) November 21, 2022
Stephen Curry became the first player in NBA history to shoot 60% from the field and 50% from deep with 30 points, 15 assists and seven three-pointers.
In Golden State’s 124-107 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday, Curry became the first player in league history to record 24 assists, 10 three-pointers and two or fewer turnovers over a two-game stretch.
Stephen Curry is already the all-time leading three-point shooter. The four-time NBA champion leads the list with 3,211. Therefore, there is no competition.
Of course, Ray Allen is second with 2,973. Philadelphia 76ers guard James Harden has a chance to pass Allen in the coming seasons.
Although 361 needs to make three more threes. The Sixers star hasn’t made more than 150 threes in a season since the 2019-20 season (299). Damages are also factors.