Stephen Curry is regarded as one of the greatest point guards in sports history.
As if there were any doubts, this past season, Chef Curry broke the all-time 3-point mark, reaffirming his position as the greatest sharpshooter in history.
Because of his sneaky moves and efficient jump shooting, Curry has established one of the most outstanding resumes in the modern NBA.
Since joining the league in 2009, Steph has taken part in eight All-Star games and eight All-NBA teams, won two scoring titles, two MVPs, four championships, one MVP of the Finals, and been named to the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team.
With 20,064 points, Steph Curry leads the Golden State Warriors’ all-time scorers, but the 6-foot-3 agile guard is ranked 47th overall in league history.
He could have been a lot better on the same if he had shot the ball more frequently.
How could Stephen Curry be higher on the all-time list even if he took more shots? Despite having played 200th in minutes, attempted 83rd field goals, and 207rd free throws, the sharpshooter is 47th all-time in scoring.
To put things into perspective, the 37th-ranked Hal Greer only has 1,522 more points and 4,291 more field goal attempts than the GSW leader.
Considering this and his career field goal %, Steph would have 2,030 more points than he currently has, bringing him up to the 35th rank on the all-time scoring list (47.3 percent).
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