Steph Curry writes NBA History on Sunday

January 16, 2023

On Sunday afternoon at the United Center in Illinois, the Golden State Warriors were defeated by the Chicago Bulls 132-118.


In 34 minutes of action, two-time MVP Steph Curry finished with 20 points, ten rebounds, four assists, and one block.


In addition, Curry entered the top 41 on the NBA’s all-time scoring list by surpassing Pau Gasol.


Curry has played in only 855 regular season games compared to Gasol’s 1,226 regular season contests, during which he scored 20,894 points.


Curry will likely fall further down the list by the end of his career, given that he is only 34 years old (and still playing like a superstar).


The Warriors have advanced to the NBA Finals in six of the last eight seasons under the direction of the four-time NBA Champion, and during that time, they have won four championships.


After the defeat, they have recorded 21-22 in 43 games, 4-17 in 21 games away from the Chase Center, and 17-5 at home.


Curry played in the last three games despite missing 11 games earlier this season because of a shoulder injury.


In 29 games, he is averaging a remarkable 28.9 points, 6.4 rebounds, 6.4 assists, and 1.0 steals (on 49.6 percent field goal shooting and 42.2 percent three-point shooting).


Monday’s game against the Washington Wizards will be the Warriors’ subsequent contest.

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