Steph Curry's incredible season continues, as he has gone on to show the world why is considered one of the best players in the world, and one of the greatest of all time. Curry has been spectacular for the Warriors this season, and this weekend, he made history in the NBA.
Against the LA Clippers, Steph Curry made his 100th three-pointer for the season. In doing so, he became the fastest player to reach 100 threes in a season, achieving this incredible feat in just 19 games. What makes his achievement more impressive is that the record he broke was set by him just a few seasons ago.
Curry held the record for fastest to 100 three-pointers in a season with 20 games, achieving this in his 2015-16 unanimous MVP season, and once again in the 2018-19 season. The fact that Curry, now older than he used to be, was able to better his performance is truly remarkable.
The way Curry and the Golden State Warriors have been performing this season suggests that they could be on their way back to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2019. They've missed out on the playoffs altogether for the last 2 seasons and could be looking to prove that the dynasty is far from over.
For the season, Curry is averaging 28.4 points per game, while shooting 46% from the field and 41% from three. In fact, Curry is the leading scorer from all positions beyond the three-point line in the entire NBA so far. While Curry is already the greatest shooter in NBA history, he's just further cementing his case for the same.
As the season goes on, Curry's performances will be pivotal for the Warriors. The Dubs are looking to get back to the NBA Finals this season. And if Curry and the Warriors continue playing this way, it doesn't look like any team will be able to stop them.