Stephen Curry: Breaking and Remaking Records

Stephen Curry is a point guard for the Golden State Warriors. Curry’s career with the NBA started on June 25, 2009, as the seventh overall draft pick when he was drafted by the Golden State Warriors. Curry has stayed with the team for the past 11 years, breaking and remaking records all the while. Curry has lived up to all of the hype and proved all the doubters wrong time and time again.  

Stephen Curry has always been my favorite player.  Not just because of his connection with his home and the fans that stand behind him, but simply because of how easy it is for him to make history. Recently, in a game against the Portland Trail Blazers, Curry dropped a career all time high of 62 points! All within 34 minutes. Even for a man that often makes history, that was amazing. Curry went 8-16 at the three-point line, with five rebounds and four assists. He has earned his title as one of the greatest point guards in NBA history, if not the greatest player of that position of all time. 

Curry has broken multiple records. According to the NBA, Curry had records for the most three-pointers in the playoffs. Also, he holds a record for reaching 100 three-pointers in a season in just 20 games. These records are just to name a few, not even close to the actual amount of records broken by the player. Curry is a basketball legend. Like him or love him, you can’t downplay the impact that he has had on the NBA and the game of basketball. He will without a doubt go down as one of the greatest players of all time, and he has certainly earned it. Stephen Curry has broken and remade many records in his 11-year career. I look forward to watching Curry play and make more history for years to come. 

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