Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors is known as many things: a nine-time All-Star, two-time scoring champion, and four-time NBA champion.
He is also the greatest three-point shooter in league history and continues to build upon his massive number of shots from downtown.
ESPN Stats & Info states that Curry has made multiple three-pointers in 54 straight games, which means he has passed himself for the longest streak in the history of the NBA.
Stephen Curry has made multiple 3-pointers in 54 straight games, passing himself for the longest streak in NBA history. pic.twitter.com/nZ2eZvqnqH
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 5, 2023
Curry has become the unquestionable king of the three since joining the league in the 2009-10 season.
During that rookie year, Curry put up an average of 4.8 attempts and made 2.1 of them.
This year, he is averaging 11.5 three-point attempts and sinking 4.9 of them, which is just below his career-high of 5.3 from the 2020-21 season.
His current three-point percentage sits at 42.6%.
Curry has always been a reliable three-point shooter and has been the most dependable player on his team, especially during this troubled year.
The Warriors have struggled all season long, especially on the road.
They are now the fifth team in the conference, which puts them in the mix for the playoffs but far from the top spot they so badly coveted.
Despite all the rough patches this year, some good news has recently come for the Warriors.
They have won their last six of eight games, although their road struggles continue.
Additionally, pivotal player Andrew Wiggins is ready to return to the team after missing more than 20 games due to personal reasons.
Their final two games of the season will be against the Sacramento Kings and Portland Trail Blazers.
Both of those games are away so it’ll be tough for the Warriors.
But one thing is certain: Curry will probably sink at least two three-pointers.NEXT: The Splash Brothers Still Dominate The NBA From The 3-Point Line