Stephen Curry keeps doing impressive things on the court with the Golden State Warriors, going off on rivals, always putting good numbers. His latest show came against the Boston Celtics on Saturday night. Steph once again showed up, dropping 47 points on the C's, including 11 triples.
The Celtics snapped the Warriors' 5-game winning streak and extended theirs to six now. Still, Curry stole a lot of attention and with due reason. The player joined a very exclusive club with his performance. A lot of people reacted to his game and even Kyle Kuzma couldn't believe what we are witnessing from Curry. He's been on a tear, setting and breaking records this week.
With his 47 points, Steph tied Kobe Bryant with 10 consecutive games scoring 30+ points. This is the most for a player age 33 or older.
Moreover, he also joined Michael Jordan with four 40-point games in a calendar month. He has scored 41, 53, 42, and 47 in April and we still have 12 more days of this month. His splits in the last five games have been incredible and there's no sign that he will stop playing this great.
Steph has been feeling himself recently and the Warriors have taken a lot of advantage of that. He's been on another level in the past couple of games and doing incredible things in the process. Earlier this week, he became the Warriors' all-time leading scorer, surpassing Wilt Chamberlain.
He keeps making history and no wonder why people call him the 'best offensive player' to ever play the game. Curry isn't slowing down and as long as he keeps playing this way, the Warriors will have a chance to at least compete for a playoffs berth.