Steph Curry Breaks NBA 3-Point Shooting Record

NBA / October 23, 2019

Steph Curry Breaks NBA 3-Point Shooting Record

The Golden State Warriors´ two-time league MVP Steph Curry opened the 2019/20 NBA season with three consecutive games where he scored 30+ points, setting a new NBA record held by none other than himself.

In a Monday night game against Phoenix, any possibility of a 4 game streak was forgotten when Curry fell short of the mark, scoring 29 points.

Stephen Curry’s 22 three-pointers through the first four games of the season are a new NBA record for most threes through the first four games. Curry set the previous mark of 21 in 2015-16.

Stephen Curry and father Dell Curry´s new combined points total (27,226) moved them into second place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list for father-son combos, past Dolph and Danny Schayes, trailing only behind Kobe Bryant and Joe Bryant (38,895 points).






Thomas Moore
Tom loves NBA. NFL and Hockey. When he is not analysing sports data, he is watching it, or writing about it!





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