When it comes to shooting the basketball, few players in NBA history can match the prowess of Stephen Curry. With a deadly combination of quickness, accuracy, and an unshakable confidence, Curry has revolutionized the game and become one of the most iconic players of his generation.
Whether Steph's draining deep threes with his signature quick release or dazzling defenders with his mesmerizing ball-handling skills, Curry always seems to find a way to leave fans on the edge of their seats. And with multiple MVP awards, NBA championships, and All-Star and All-NBA selections, he has firmly established himself as one of the greatest players of his era.
CLUTCH CURRY EVENS NBA FINALS: 6/10/22
A Game 4 loss in the NBA Finals would have put the Golden State Warriors on the ropes — good thing Steph Curry was on their side. In a tide-turning performance against the Boston Celtics, a fired up Curry gives his squad a six-point lead with under two minutes to play by draining one of his seven triples. The Warriors evened the series 107-97 in Boston thanks to Curry’s 43 points, 10 rebounds and four assists on June 10, 2022.
STEPH SHOOTS ASG LIGHTS OUT: 2/20/22
As if there was ever any doubt. Steph Curry makes it rain — and asks the crowd for confirmation if his shot dropped — for Team LeBron in the 2022 All-Star Game, connecting on 16 of 27 three-point attempts for a game-high 50 points. The Golden State Warriors star set All-Star records for most made triples in a quarter (6), half (eight) and game in his squad’s 163-160 victory on February 20, 2022.
BIG APPLE RECORD-BREAKER: 12/14/21
If you can’t break all-time records at home, The World’s Most Famous Arena will do. Steph Curry becomes the NBA’s all-time leader in three-pointers against the New York Knicks when he buries his 2,974th career triple from the wing with 7:33 left in the first quarter. The three-point king hit five in the game for 22 points in breaking Ray Allen’s 10-year-old record, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 105-96 victory on December 14, 2021.
CURRY CLIMBS PAST CHAMBERLAIN: 4/13/21
On a night when he passed Wilt Chamberlain as the Golden State Warriors’ all-time leading scorer, Steph Curry made sure to score like Wilt. Curry’s driving layup in the first quarter gave him 17,784 points in his career, one more than Chamberlain’s mark that had stood since 1964. Curry didn’t stop there, pouring in 53 points for his ninth career 50-point game — Wilt did it a league-best 118 times — in leading his team to a 116-107 win over the Denver Nuggets on April 13, 2021.
WELCOME BACK, STEPH: 3/5/20
It was like he had never left at all. Returning from a four-month injury absence, Steph Curry picks up right where he left off when he beats the shot clock with an off-balance tough catch-and-shoot three-pointer against the Toronto Raptors. Curry posted 23 points, six rebounds and seven assists on March 5, 2020.