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Stephen Curry on Course to Make NBA History This Year

Two-time MVP Stephen Curry appears to be on course for a history-breaking NBA season.

After moving to 6th in the all-time three pointers made list on Sunday, Stephen Curry continued his prolific shooting on Tuesday.

Following the Golden State Warriors’ 123 – 103 win over the Phoenix Suns, Stephen Curry has broken his own record.

Over the first four games of this season, Curry had made 22 three pointers. This breaks the previous record of 21, which he set over the first four games of 2015 – 2016.

Curry and Golden State have begun the season in fine form. The Warriors are 3 – 1, with Curry averaging 30.5 points per game.

 

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He is also averaging 7.8 assists per game, 52.9% shooting from the field, and 46.8% from beyond the arc. All of these numbers represent career best shooting percentages for Curry.

If Curry continues to average 5.5 three pointers a game, he’ll be on pace to make 451 over the season. That would break his previous record of 402

He could also break a rather unique NBA record this season. After his 29 points against the Phoenix Suns, he moved to second in the father-son all-time NBA scoring charts.

Curry and his father, Dell, have a combined 27,227 points. They are behind Kobe and Jie Bryant, who have 38,895.

 

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Curry was just two three pointers shy of moving to fifth in the all time three pointers list against the Phoenix Suns.

He remains in 6th, with 2,151 three pointers made. Curry is now 823 triples away from surpassing Ray Allen for the most of all time.

Curry will likely move past Phoenix’s Jamal Crawford’s 2,153 triples against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday.

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