In the last seven minutes of the game against the Detroit Pistons, Stephen Curry scored a 3-pointer. It was his fifth 3-pointer of the game and with this, he set a new record. Now he is the only player in NBA history to have made four plus 3-pointers in each of the first 8 games of a season. The previous record was of 7 games. NBA season has just begun and Steph has one more record to his name, truly he is one of the finest right now.
Stephen Curry has 4+ threes in each of his first 8 games of the season, breaking the previous NBA record (7 games) he set in 2018. https://t.co/0kSevV8gsf
— NBA History (@NBAHistory) November 7, 2023
Stephen Curry’s stats this season
Stephen Curry has been quite good till now. Scoring 3-pointers in each of the initial games shows the potential of him. This season, Curry has an average of 30.9 points per game, shooting 55.1% from the field.
Golden State Warriors this season
If we compare it to last year, the Warriors are definitely on to a better start since they have already won five in the first eight games, while last year, they took eight games to win the first game. Stephen Curry seems to be having another MVP-type season, averaging nearly 30 points per game says a lot. The 3-point scoring ability of Steph is once again giving a great advantage to his team.
In his 15th year in the league, Stephen Curry has started off the 2023-2024 season on a tear leading the Golden State Warriors. His love for the game continues to push him to succeed and grow at the age of 35.
Watch him in action TONIGHT vs. the Nuggets on ESPN at 10pm/et! pic.twitter.com/jcUxuDq7RL
— NBA (@NBA) November 8, 2023
Stephen Curry-Chris Paul combination
In a trade with the Washington Wizards, GSW acquired Chris Paul, and till now their decision seems to be right. The duo has been showing great combination on the court and has impressed a lot of people. Their on-court chemistry has been quite excellent till now and is making it tough for opponents to crack it.
Steve Kerr impressed with Chris Paul
Warrior’s head coach Steve Kerr seems to be enjoying Chris Paul’s gameplay. After the game against the Pistons, where Chris made 17 points, Steve appreciated his gameplay and assists during the media conversation. Initially, Chris was struggling on the offensive end, but hopefully, he must have gained a lot of confidence after the 17-point game. Chris’s addition is going to have a huge impact, and his combination with Stephen Curry seems to be too dangerous for the opponents.
“Chris has made such a huge impact, even without making shots, Six assists, no turnovers; he’s up to 62 assists with 6 turnovers. That is insane. What’s he’s doing as we’re trying to find our team and our rhythm, he’s just keeping us in games with that second unit.” Steve said.