Steph Curry, one of the greatest basketball players ever, has continued to add to his legacy with every game. On Sunday night, he added another achievement to his already impressive resume by making NBA history during the Timberwolves-Warriors game. The game was held at the Chase Center in San Francisco, which is the home court of the Golden State Warriors.
Curry, a two-time MVP, has made a name for himself as one of the best shooters in NBA history. However, his Sunday performance showed he is also a talented passer. During the game, they moved up on the all-time assists list, passing Hall of Famer Larry Bird for sole possession of 47th place with 5,696 assists. He only needed one assist to move ahead of Bird, which he easily achieved.
In addition, Curry is now closing in on passing Dwyane Wade for 46th place on the all-time assists list. Curry’s ability to shoot and pass at an elite level has made him a well-rounded player and one of the most dangerous offensive threats in the league.
Despite being in his mid-30s, Curry has shown no signs of slowing down. He is still considered one of the top ten players in the league and is having another outstanding season. In 49 games, he has averaged 29.6 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 6.3 assists per contest. He also shoots an impressive 49.9% from the field and 42.8% from the three-point range.
The Warriors’ current record is 39-36 in 75 games, with them sitting in the sixth seed in the Western Conference. They have been performing well recently, with a three-game winning streak and a 5-5 record in their last ten games. Their home record has been impressive, winning 30 out of 37 games hosted at the Chase Center.
Overall, Curry’s performance on Sunday demonstrated that he is a great shooter and an excellent passer. He continues to make history and cement his status as one of the all-time greats in NBA history.