Steph Curry has been on a tear lately for the Golden State Warriors as they are trying to get closer to the sixth place, which will lead the team back to the postseason.
After another great performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Curry joined Rick Barry in the Warriors’ history book. In particular, he became the first Warrior in 54 years to register 9 consecutive games with 30+ points.
In those nine games, the Warriors’ superstar is averaging 38.2 points on nearly 54.5-percent shooting from the field. He also attempts almost 14 threes per game making them at a 47.1-percent clip.
During that span, Golden State is on a 6-3 record getting back to the .500. They are on a four-game winning streak having the ninth best record (28-28) in the tough West.