The NBA’s reigning 3-point king is Stephen Curry. In case anyone had forgotten that in the midst of the Golden State Warriors’ current losing streak, Chef Curry used the Sacramento Kings to reaffirm his skill as a shooter.
Curry erupted for 47 points in their comeback victory over the Kings. Even more astounding, he had a field goal percentage of 70.8. He had eight rebounds, eight assists, and zero turnovers while shooting 7 of his 12 shots from beyond the arc.
Curry delivered an outstanding tutorial, without a doubt. Sacramento simply had no answer for him in the end, despite the Warriors trailing by as many as 12 points and being nine points behind the Kings at the start of the fourth quarter.
In the process, according to ESPN Stats & Info, Curry established a record for the longest run of at least three made triples to begin a season. He has accomplished this in each of their first 10 games, and he is still playing. In addition, his 53 three-pointers after 10 games are the second-most in NBA history, only behind the mark he established (59) in the 2018–19 campaign.
Curry has made 53 3-pointers this season, the 2nd-most through a player’s first 10 games of a season all-time.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 8, 2022
Prior to the Warriors’ 116-113 victory on Monday, they had lost their previous five games, so Stephen Curry couldn’t have picked a better moment to go off. If the Dubs’ losing skid had persisted, a lot of concerns about the organization and their prognosis for 2022 would have been raised.
Curry undoubtedly made a huge impression despite the fact that it was just one victory. It sounds like he’s arguing that Golden State will always find a way to triumph as long as he’s in charge.