Steph Curry joins Jordan and Abdul-Jabbar in ‘oldies’ record
The Warriors star is still on fire in the NBA playoffs and is a key factor for his team to stay alive in the playoff series against the Kings.
The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA Playoff series against the Sacramento Kings, because after falling resoundingly in the first two games, they found their mojo to take Games 3 and 4.
The series between the Kings and Warriors is now tied at two and there’s a feeling like this is all set to go to a seventh game.
In large part, this forceful comeback is thanks to Steph Curry, the best three-pointer in NBA history, a skill that helped him reach an important number only ever achieved by Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
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Curry’s over 35 record number
Among players 35 years of age or older, who have been able to score more than 125 points in a combined total of the first 4 games of a postseason, is Curry who has knocked up 126 points against the Kings.
There are only two players above this figure, Michael Jordan who scored 144 in 1998 and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who hit 133 in 1983.