Steph Curry is ready to get back!
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Steph Curry is ready to return to the field. Curry's last appearance dates back to February 4, in a game against Dallas where he had then remedied his right leg injury. Chris Haynes, NBA insider for TNT and Bleacher Report, during the game between the Warriors and Clippers, broke the news.
In recent days he has returned to training with the team, and coach Steve Kerr said he found him fit. Before the right leg injury, Steph Curry was having another strong season. In 38 games played, he averaged one of his best averages in his NBA career, averaging 29.4 points, 6.3 rebounds and 6.4 assists.
He also had strong shooting stats, where despite the high volume he has 49.5% from the field and 42.7% from three. The Dubs seem to have found their true level in recent weeks. They currently sit in fifth position in the Western Conference with a record of 33 wins and 30 losses.
However, as Klay Thompson has said in recent weeks, if they manage to be complete and healthy they will be one of the favorites in the next playoffs. Curry has missed ten games in the last month, and his absence has certainly been felt.
However, the Warriors were able to limit the damage, and went on to record six wins and four losses in this span. In recent weeks they seem to have further raised their level of play, and are coming off a positive streak of four consecutive victories.
He holds the record for most 3-pointers made in a season and second for 3-pointers made in a single game. On December 14, 2021, he became the player with the most 3-pointers in NBA history, breaking Ray Allen's previous record of 2,973 3-pointers.
On December 28, 2021 in the game against the Denver Nuggets, he becomes the first and currently only player in NBA history to exceed 3,000 3-pointers in his career. The Golden State Warriors, which he captained, were four-time NBA champions, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers three times and the Boston Celtics once.
They also set a regular season hit record in the 2015-2016 season. In the same season, he was unanimously named player of the year, an award he had also won the previous year. In 2022 he won the best player award of the Nba Finals also unanimously.
For the Warriors he is also the best scorer in history. In ESPN's 2020 rankings, Curry ranks 13th on their list of the 74 greatest NBA players of all time. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the birth of the NBA, at the beginning of the 2021-22 season the league compiled a list of the 75 greatest players of all time, among which Curry was also included.