Sometimes it feels like sinking a three-pointer is something Curry could do in his sleep.
And while he’s been having some difficulties this year, he keeps passing major milestones.
Starting December 1, 2018 — Stephen has hit a three in 180-straight games 😎 pic.twitter.com/flJBdBtwnu
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) February 25, 2022
As the Warriors pointed out on Twitter, since December 1, 2018, Curry has landed a three-pointer in 180-straight games.
With the help of their star, the Warriors might be making yet another Finals appearance this year.
Curry From Downtown
He recently set a record at last weekend’s All-Star Game as he scored 16 three-pointers and 50 points.
He was making it look as easy as ever.
But the truth is that Curry has experienced a rough patch this year and his output has been inconsistent at times.
Curry has remained confident that he would shake it off and return to his prime form before the season was done.
Sure enough, he seems to be finding his rhythm again: before the All-Star break, he scored 35, 24, 33, and 25 points.
This comes at the right time as the Warriors are attempting to overtake the Phoenix Suns and become the number one team in the West again.
To make that happen they will need everyone – and most especially Curry – to be in great shape.
If Curry is able to even come close to the output he was creating at the All-Star Game then the Warriors have a very good chance of going all the way to the Finals.
And even if they don’t, his status as the best three-point shooter of all time will remain unchallenged for some time.