Watching Steph Curry Go 23-For-25 From Three At His High School Camp Is Mesmerizing


Steph Curry is coming off his second NBA championship in his eight year professional career. While adding an MVP in Kevin Durant this season, Curry’s stats have predictably been less mind-blowing, so lets revisit some silly numbers from his 2015-16 MVP season.

During that span season, Curry’s stats were historic. Curry made 51.6 percent of shots between 28 feet and the half-court line (47 feet) while the rest of the NBA hit 20.8 percent. Curry made more deep 3s than 10 NBA teams COMBINED. According to ESPN, Steph made 39 more 3s over his MVP season and the one before (688) than Larry Bird did in his 13-year career (649). Curry hit 107 more in that span than Michael Jordan did (581) in his 15 year career.

In this offseason, Curry has evidently not lost a step. He recently put on a show for a bizarre Korean game show and most has most recently put on a shooting clinic at his  SC30 Select Camp in Walnut Creek, Calif., this week.


[h/t For The Win]

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