In Golden State Warriors latest game against Atlanta Hawks, Steph Curry scored 50 points and 10 assists making history.
Curry Making NBA History
In yesterday’s game, the Golden State Warriors score 127 points against Atlanta Hawks with 113 points.
The Hall of Fame player Stephen Curry is the oldest NBA player to achieve a fantastic double-double record to 50 points with 10 assists.
In 2015 and 2016, he took the title of NBA Most Valuable Player, and in 2016 the vote was unanimous, something that has never happened before in NBA history.
Stephen Curry’s Statistics
In 2nd quarter of the game, the Warriors were down by 15 points and Curry manage to save the team with 7 rebounds, 3 steals, and a block. In the past few games, Curry has been “quiet” scoring an average of 20 points a game, and the game against the Hawks was like an explosion going more than double of his average score.
The crowd went wild with Curry’s performance with chants going “MVP! MVP”. Curry achieve almost 40%(39.3%) of the team’s total score and showed fans that he is still a giant at his age. He was doing so well that he was making his teammates look bad.
In the game, Curry fired 19 three-point shot attempts and scored 9 of them accumulating 27 points for his 3 point shots.
His coach said, “I want to say I’ve never seen anything like it but I’ve been watching it for seven years, so I have seen something like it and still it’s just incredible to watch.”
The Warriors next game will be up against the Timberwolves on Wednesday, November 10th, 10:00 PM ET (Thursday, November 11th, 8:30 AM IST) at Chase Center, San Francisco, CA.
Fans are expecting and hoping that Curry’s good form will continue in the game against the Wolves.