Stephen Curry Makes NBA History With Record-Breaking Three-Point Streak In Warriors-Nuggets Showdown

Photo: Instagram/Steph Curry

In a riveting clash at Ball Arena on Wednesday evening, the Golden State Warriors faced off against the Denver Nuggets, and two-time MVP Steph Curry left an indelible mark on NBA history. 

Curry, who has been on a scorching run this season, became the first player in NBA history to sink 4 or more three-pointers in each of his first nine games of a season. 

Curry's stellar performance has been a key factor in the Warriors' impressive 6-2 record, securing them the third seed in the Western Conference.

Photo: Instagram/Steph Curry

Coming into the game against the Nuggets, Curry boasted averages of 30.9 points, 4.8 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 1.0 steals per contest, with an outstanding shooting percentage of 53.0% from the field and 47.5% from beyond the arc in the previous eight games.

Notably, in their recent victory against the Detroit Pistons with a scoreline of 120-109, Curry exhibited his prowess with 34 points, two rebounds, and four assists, shooting 12/26 from the field and 7/17 from three-point range in just 33 minutes of play.


Despite being in his 15th season, Curry continues to shine among the NBA's elite, ranking among the top ten players. Last season, he averaged 29.4 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 6.3 assists per game, with an impressive shooting accuracy of 49.3% from the field and 42.7% from long range in 56 games.


Looking ahead, the Warriors aim to carry their momentum into the next game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at home on Saturday evening at the Chase Center. As Curry etches his name in the NBA record books, the basketball world eagerly anticipates the continued brilliance of this seasoned superstar.

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Source: Sports Illustrated
 

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