Stephen Curry is the current holder of a number of impressive records in the National Basketball Association (NBA), including the record for the most three-pointers made. In a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder earlier this week, the “baby-faced Assassin” scored 38 points, establishing yet another astounding record in the process.
Curry now owns the records for the most games played, three-pointers made, overall points scored, steals, and assists while wearing a uniform for the Golden State Warriors.
Stephen Curry has already scored more field goals with the Golden State Warriors than Wilt Chamberlain did for the Los Angeles Lakers. Chamberlain held the previous record for field goals made. Golden State Warriors fans are shocked by a frank admission made by an ageing great after accomplishing the incredible feat, and the admission has taken them by surprise.
Monday’s game between the Golden State Warriors and the Thunder ended with a score of 128-120, and the victory gave the Golden State Warriors their 26th win of the year. During his match against Oklahoma City, Stephen Curry played for only 37 minutes but still managed to score 38 points, grab eight rebounds, and dish out 12 assists. Curry’s response to his newly discovered achievement, though, left his supporters speechless. The audience reacts with shock and amusement to Stephen Curry’s surprising remark regarding his age.
Stephen Curry’s Response to His Newly Discovered Achievement, Though, Left His Supporters Speechless
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Stephen Curry scored a field goal from within the paint with 8 minutes and 55 seconds left in the third quarter, breaking the previous franchise record for most field goals, which was held by Wilt Chamberlain.
According to a tweet sent by the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry made a joke about his age while bragging about his most recent accomplishment. The four-time NBA champion argued that it demonstrated that he was becoming older despite his success. The 34-year-old man discussed how he had surpassed Chamberlain’s record and thought that setting a new record at his age was a positive indicator of his accomplishments.
On the other hand, supporters of the Dubs on Twitter compared him to NFL icon Tom Brady, who has played in the league continuously since the year 2000 and is renowned for his stamina in the sport. One of your fans said something along the lines of, “GOAT, you’re just like Tom Brady, just like a bottle of wine getting better with age.”
Brady was eliminated in the first round, and another attentive witness remarked that he was “getting better with age.” The following are some additional comments made by fans:
Curry’s Statements About Getting Older Seem to Ignite Discussion Among a Lot of His Fans
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Curry’s statements about getting older seem to ignite discussion among a lot of his fans. Curry is one of the most famous basketball players in the world.
Others of his admirers found his statement humorous and appreciated its humour, while others compared him to Tom Brady and praised him for it.
Stephen Curry leads the league in many statistical categories, including field goal attempts, free throw percentage, and turnovers, in addition to being the leader in making three-point shots.
The Most Valuable Player of the Finals in 2022 also needs to make 1640 additional free throws in order to break Hall of Famer Paul Arizon’s record.