Warriors-Bucks match: Steph Curry creates NBA history

Steph Curry made another history
December 14, 2022

The Golden State Warriors face the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night in Wisconsin.


In the first quarter, NBA history was made by Steph Curry, who is currently having an incredible season.


He beat Hall of Famer David Robinson to 42nd place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list by sinking a three-pointer with less than forty seconds left in the frame.


In 987 games during the regular season, Robinson has scored 20,790 points on average.


Curry has played in just 851 games overall. Bob Pettit, who scored 20,880 points, is the player Curry moves on from next on the roster.


Curry is currently averaging 30 points, six rebounds, seven assists, and one steal per game while shooting 50 percent from the field and 43 percent from three-point range.


He could win his third MVP award with the way he plays.


The Warriors had a record of 14-13 in 27 games going into the evening, ranking eighth in the Western Conference.


They have gone 11-6 since beginning their first ten games 3-7. While playing at Chase Center in San Francisco, California, the Warriors have had trouble away from home, going 2-11 in 13 games. Their record of 12-2 in 14 games is impressive.


Curry won the NBA Finals MVP award for the first time last year while leading the Warriors to their fourth championship in the previous eight seasons.

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