The Warriors guard averaged 24.0 points and 8.5 assists in 78 games. Curry led the league in three-pointers made (261) for a second consecutive season, becoming the first player to accomplish the feat since Ray Allen did so a decade ago.
The All-NBA teams were voted on by a panel of 125 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. Curry received 65 first-team votes, 53 second-team votes and five third-team votes for a total of 489 points.
Kevin Durant (625 points) was the only unanimous selection, selected on all 125 ballots to the first team. LeBron James (623) fell one vote short of being a unanimous selection. Joining Durant and James on the first team are Joakim Noah (551), Chris Paul (540) and James Harden (502).
Curry was joined on the second team by Blake Griffin (350), Kevin Love (237), Dwight Howard (226) and Tony Parker (210). The third team includes Al Jefferson (191), Paul George (171), LaMarcus Aldridge (159), Damian Lillard (115) and Goran Dragic (115).
Curry’s selection to the second team marks the first time the Warriors have had a player named to the top two teams since Latrell Sprewell in 1994. With David Lee named to the third team last season, the Warriors have an All-NBA representative in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1993 (Tim Hardaway) and 1994 (Sprewell).
Curry has been rewarded this season for his work both on and off the court. The fifth-year Davidson product started the All-Star Game in New Orleans and earned Western Conference Player of the Month honors in April. Last Week, Curry won the Kia Community Assist Seasonlong Award in recognition of his various charitable contributions in the Bay Area and around the world. The award was voted on by fans and a panel of NBA judges.