After a great college career at Davidson, he led the nation in scoring in 2009 with a 28.6 points per game average, Stephen Curry was taken with the seventh overall pick by the Golden State Warriors in the 2009 NBA Draft. Since then, Steph Curry has been electrifying NBA crowds across the country with his great play.
These are the career highs for Stephen Curry in the NBA for points, assists, rebounds and threes in a game. Steph Curry comes by his basketball skills naturally. His father, Dell Curry, played in the NBA for 16 years (1987-2002), and was the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 1994.
Stephen Curry's career highs in points, assists, rebounds and threes
- Stephen Curry's career high in points in a game - 54
On February 27, 2013, at Madison Square Garden, Stephen Curry scored a career high 54 points vs the New York Knicks. Curry made 18 of the 28 shots he took in the game, including 11 of 13 threes, and he also made seven of seven free throws.
Only two other players in NBA history have scored more points as an opposing player at Madison Square Garden, Kobe Bryant (61 points), and Michael Jordan (55). You can't get into much better company than that as a basketball player. I live in New York and root for the Knicks, and watching this game was a ton of fun.
Despite the career high 54 points by Stephen Curry, the Knicks beat the Golden State Warriors, 109-105. The Knicks Tyson Chandler also set a career high in the game with 28 rebounds.
- Stephen Curry's career high for assists in a game - 15
As a rookie, on February 17, 2010, Stephen Curry dished out a career high 15 assists vs the Sacramento Kings. Curry also had 24 points, as the Warriors routed the Kings, 130-90.
- Stephen Curry's career high for rebounds in a game - 11
Stephen Curry's career high for rebounds in a game is 11. Curry set the mark in a game vs the Minnesota Timberwolves on February 27, 2011. Steph Curry also scored 33 points in the game, but the Timberwolves won, 126-123.
- Stephen Curry's career high for steals in a game - 7
The most steals Stephen Curry has ever had in a NBA game is seven. Curry set the mark when he was rookie playing against the Minnesota Timberwolves on April 7, 2010. Steph Curry also had 14 assists and 27 points, as he led the Warriors to a 116-107 win.
- Stephen Curry's career high for threes in a game - 11
As mentioned above, when Stephen Curry dropped a career high 54 points on the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden, he made 11 of the 13 threes he took in the game. The 11 threes by Stephen Curry ties him with J.R. Smith and Dennis Scott for the second most threes ever made in a NBA game.
Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall hold the NBA record for threes in a game with 12. Here are all the active NBA players who have made 10 or more threes in a game.
- Stephen Curry's triple-doubles in the NBA - 1
Stephen Curry recorded his first and, so far, only triple-double of his NBA career on February 10, 2010, when he had 36 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists vs the Los Angeles Clippers. The Warriors crushed the Clippers in the game, 132-102.