Curry averaged a career-high 32.0 points per game in his 12th season in the NBA. The Davidson product scored double-digits points in every game he played and scored 30-plus points 40 times. The ex-MVP scored a career-high 62 points on Jan. 3 in a 137-122 win over the Blazers, going 18-for-31 from the field, 8-for-16 from three and 18-for-19 from the charity stripe. The ex-Wildcat shot 48.2 percent on the season, including 42.1 percent from downtown and 91.6 from the free throw line. The sharpshooter made double-digit threes in seven games, averaging 48.1 points per game in those contests. He set a career-high averaging 5.3 made three-pointers per game. The point-guard registered double-digit assists on four occasions, including a Jan. 8 performance when Curry scored 38 points and dished out 11 assists in a 115-105 win over the Clippers. He also notched double-digit rebounds in four games, scoring 35-plus points during three of those outings. Defensively, the 33-year-old accumulated multiple steals in 25 games. On Feb. 11 against the Magic, the 2009 first-round pick tallied 40 points, eight rebounds and five assists to go along with a season-high four steals in the 111-105 win.2019
Curry opened the season with three straight 20-point performances for the Warriors. In that span, he averaged 24.0 points, 6.7 assists, 5.0 rebounds, 2.7 threes and 1.3 steals across 30.3 minutes. During the fourth game of the season, Curry broke his hand. That resulted in thw two-time MVP missing time until a return during the 63rd game of the season on Mar. 5. In that return, Curry recorded 23 points (6-16 FG, 3-12 3Pt, 8-8 FT), seven assists and six rebounds in 27 minutes. Shortly after, the season was suspended due to coronavirus. Curry ended the season with highs of 26 points, 11 assists, eight rebounds, four threes, three steals and two blocks. The Warriors were not one of the 22 teams selected to participate in the resumed 2019-20 campaign inside the Orlando bubble.2018
Stephen Curry led the Warriors to their fifth-straight NBA Finals, a feat only the Boston Celtics of the late 1950's and 1960's can also stake claim to. Curry appeared in 69 games during the regular season, averaging 27.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 5.2 assists. The sharpshooter finished fifth in the NBA in points per game. He continued his three-point shooting prowess, hitting 43.7 percent of his shots from behind the arc. That mark was fourth best in the league. Despite playing in only 69 games, Curry attempted the second-most treys in the league behind only James Harden. Steph hit 11 three-pointers on three separate occasions. On Oct. 24, he scored a season-high 51 points in a home win over the Wizards. On Nov. 8, the ten-year veteran suffered a strained groin injury that cost the All-Star 11 games. Curry returned Dec. 1 and immediately scored 27 points at Detroit. Curry predictably took his play up a notch during the playoffs, particularly with the absence of injured teammate Kevin Durant. His best series was the Western Conference Finals, in which Curry delivered 36.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 7.3 assists per game. Curry was named First-Team All-NBA, played on his sixth-straight All-Star team, and finished fifth in MVP voting.2017
Curry bolstered his already-legendary reputation as one of the NBA's all-time greatest shooters with another spectacular campaign in 2017-18. Although he played in only 51 games due primarily to an injured ankle, the sharpshooter upped his scoring average from the previous season to 26.4 points per game despite seeing his workload drop by over a minute per contest. His long range skills were once again on full display as he led the league with 4.2 three-pointers per game, drilling 42.3% of his attempts from deep. Curry also led the league with a 67.5 TS% and a 91.6 FT% while converting 49.5% of his overall shots from the field, eighth-best among guards. The two-time MVP was more than just a scoring threat, however, as he contributed 5.1 rebounds per game and 6.1 assists per game while notching five double-doubles on the season. Curry also made his mark on the defensive end of the court, placing among the top 20 in the league by averaging 1.6 steals per contest. Not surprisingly, Curry was elected to his fifth All-Star game where he produced 11 points, six rebounds and five assists for Team Giannis. The megastar also notched his fifth-straight All-NBA team selection with a spot on the third team. For all his regular season accolades, Curry was just as impressive in the postseason. In 15 playoff contests, he registered per-game averages of 25.5 points, 6.1 rebounds and 5.4 assists, helping to lead the Warriors to their second straight title.2016
Following a disappointing conclusion to a historic 2015-16 campaign, Curry and the Warriors set out to reclaim their spot atop the NBA throne during the 2016-17 campaign. The two-time league MVP played in 79 games during the regular season, averaging 25.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 6.6 assists. He knocked down 324 three-pointers to lead the league for the fifth straight season and set an NBA record with 13 treys in a win over the Pelicans on Nov. 7. Curry ranked among the top 10 in the league in both steals (1.8 per game) and free-throw percentage (89.8 percent) while making 46.8 percent of his field-goal attempts. The Davidson College product scored 40 points in a game on five occasions, topped by his 46-point effort in the aforementioned record-breaking contest against New Orleans. He also notched double-digit assists eight times, including a 42-point, 11-assist performance in a victory over Phoenix on April 5. Curry was named to the Western Conference All-Star team for the fourth straight campaign and garnered a selection to the All-NBA Second Team. He helped lead the Warriors to a 67-15 regular-season record and the top Western Conference seed in the postseason. In the playoffs, Golden State rolled through the first three rounds to set up a rematch against Cleveland in the NBA Finals. This time, the Warriors prevailed in five games, giving Curry his second NBA Championship in three years. In the Finals, Curry averaged 26.8 points, 8.0 rebounds and 9.4 assists per contest. He scored 34 points and notched 10 dimes in the series-clinching Game 5.2015
After winning his first NBA MVP award the previous season, Curry was even more dominant during the 2015-16 campaign. The sharpshooting guard played in 79 games for the Warriors, averaging 34.2 minutes per contest. He led the league and set a career high by averaging 30.1 points per game, shooting a career-best 50.4 percent from the field including 45.4 percent from deep. Curry also converted 90.8 percent of his free-throw attempts, becoming the seventh player in league history to shoot at least 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from three-point range and 90 percent from the charity stripe. The Davidson College product also shattered his own NBA record with 402 three-pointers on the season, leading the NBA for the fourth straight campaign. Curry averaged 5.4 rebounds and 6.7 assists for good measure and led all NBA players with a career-high 2.1 steals per contest. The 6-foot-3 guard was rewarded for his all-around excellence with his second straight NBA MVP award, and he became the first player in league history to be chosen for the honor unanimously. Led by Curry, the Warriors established an NBA record with 73 wins during the regular season. However, Curry was stalled by injury in the playoffs, missing multiple games in Golden State's first-round series against Houston and in the Western Conference Semifinals against Portland. Nonetheless, the Warriors advanced to the NBA Finals, though they ultimately fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers in seven games. Despite his injuries, Curry posted per-game averages of 25.1 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 4.4 three-pointers and 1.4 steals in 18 playoff contests.2014
The 2014-15 campaign was a special one for Curry and the Golden State Warriors. The Davidson College product played in 80 games for the Warriors, his most since his rookie campaign. He averaged 23.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 7.7 assists during the regular season while draining a career-high 3.6 three-pointers per game. Curry led the league in total treys (286) for the third straight campaign, breaking his own NBA record in the process, and shot 44.3 percent from beyond the arc. The 6-foot-3 guard also established a career high with 2.0 steals per contest, ranking fourth in the league, and 163 total steals, which ranked first in the Association. In addition, Curry's 91.4 percent free-throw rate paced the NBA and ranked as his second-best career mark. Curry's collective excellence resulted in his first NBA MVP award along with his first selection to the All-NBA First Team and his second All-Star team appearance. With Curry at the helm, the Warriors won an NBA-best 67 games and finished atop the Western Conference standings. In the postseason, Golden State went 12-3 against conference foes to advance to the NBA Finals. Curry averaged 26.0 points, 5.2 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 1.8 steals in the six-game series to help Golden State win its first NBA Championship in 40 years. Across 21 total playoff games, Curry set an NBA record by making 98 three-pointers.2013
Curry achieved a number of personal milestones during the 2013-14 season, his fifth with the Warriors. He was named to his first All-Star team, scoring 12 points and dishing 11 assists for the Western Conference in the February contest. Curry also garnered his first selection to the All-NBA Second Team and was presented with the NBA Community Assist Award. On the season, the Davidson product averaged a career-best 24.0 points, ranking seventh in the league. He also set a career high with 8.5 assists per game (fifth-best in the league) while averaging 4.3 rebounds and 1.6 steals. For the second straight season, Curry led the NBA in total three-pointers (261) while shooting 42.4 percent from beyond the arc. He also tied for second in the league with four triple-doubles, including a 14-point, 13-rebound, 16-assist performance in a win over Phoenix on Dec. 27. Led by Curry, Golden State qualified for the postseason as the sixth seed in the West for the second year in a row. Though the Warriors fell to the Clippers in the first round of the playoffs, Curry played well. He averaged 23.0 points, 3.6 rebounds, 8.4 assists and 1.7 steals in the tough seven-game series.2012
Curry had a career year by averaging highs in points (22.9), assists (6.9), free throws made (3.4) and three-pointers made (3.5). He also led the Warriors in each respect. Plus, Curry led the NBA in both three-point makes (272) and attempts (600). Curry had the game of his career against the Knicks. He scored 54 points, dished seven assists, grabbed six boards, stole the ball three times and shot 11-of-13 from three-point range (84.6 percent). He was player of the month for April, averaging 25.4 points, 8.1 assists, 3.9 rebounds and 2.1 steals while shooting 95.5 percent from the free-throw line and 44.4 percent from three. He led the team through two rounds of the playoffs, a six-game series against Denver and a six-game series against the Spurs. His best postseason performance occurred during Game 2 against Denver. Curry led the team to victory with 30 points, 13 assists, five rebounds and three steals.2011
During Curry's third season with Golden State he appeared in 26 games. When he was able to take the court, Curry proved to be one of the most talented sharpshooters in the league. He posted per-game averages of 14.7 points, 5.3 assists, 3.4 rebounds and 1.5 steals per contest. The 6-foot-3 guard knocked down 2.1 three-pointers per contest and shot an exceptional 45.5 percent from beyond the arc. Curry tallied three games of at least 30 points during the campaign, including a 36-point, seven-rebound, seven-assist effort in a win over Denver on Feb. 9. He missed the much of the lockout-shortened season with right ankle and foot issues that eventually required surgery.2010
Curry built upon a strong rookie season with an outstanding sophomore campaign. He started all 74 games in which he played and posted per-game averages of 18.6 points, 3.9 rebounds and 5.8 assists. Curry again ranked near the top of the NBA leaderboard in steals, placing 15th in the league with 1.5 thefts per contest. The Davidson College product improved upon his already-superb shooting from deep, making 44.2 percent of his shots from beyond the arc and converting 2.0 three-pointers per game. Curry also led the NBA in free-throw shooting by making an eye-popping 93.4 percent of his shots from the charity stripe, setting the Warriors' all-time mark in the process. During All-Star Weekend, Curry participated in -- and won -- the Skills Challenge. He also played in the Rising Stars Challenge for the second straight campaign, scoring 13 points and dishing eight assists for the sophomore squad. Following the conclusion of the regular season, Curry was announced as the winner of the NBA Sportsmanship Award.2009
Curry was selected by the Golden State Warriors with the seventh pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. He made an immediate impact with the Warriors, starting 77 of the 80 games in which he played and averaging 36.2 minutes per contest. Curry posted per-game averages of 17.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 5.9 assists. He drained 2.1 three-pointers per contest (11th in the league) and knocked down an impressive 43.7 percent of his shots from deep. Overall, he converted 166 treys, setting an NBA rookie record. The Davidson product also ranked third in the NBA with 1.9 steals per contest. Curry came on strong in the latter portion of the campaign, winning Rookie of the Month honors in January, March and April. He registered his first career triple-double against the Clippers on Feb. 10, finishing with 36 points, 10 rebounds, 13 assists and three steals. Curry was rewarded for his outstanding campaign with a unanimous selection to the All-Rookie First Team. He also finished second in Rookie of the Year voting to Sacramento's Tyreke Evans.
June 25, 2009Drafted by the Golden State Warriors in the 1st round (7th pick) of the 2009 NBA Draft.
July 1, 2009Signed a rookie two-year contract with the Golden State Warriors.
October 1, 2012Signed a four-year contract with the Golden State Warriors.
July 6, 2017Signed a five-year, $201.16 million contract with the Golden State Warriors.