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Stephen Curry

USA BASKETBALL NOTES:

  • Gold Medals: 2014 FIBA World Cup, 2010 FIBA World Championship, 2007 Global Games.
  • Silver Medal: 2007 FIBA U19 World Championship.
  • Named a finalist for the 2021 USA National Team and U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team on on March 11, 2021.

  • Named on Feb. 10, 2020, a finalist for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team. 

  • Named a finalist for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team on Jan. 18, 2016.

  • Member of the 2014 USA World Cup Team that finished 9-0 and won the gold medal.  

  • In 2014 World Cup play, started in all 9 games and recorded 10.7 ppg., 2.8 rpg., 2.9 apg, 1.2 spg., and shot 43.8 percent (21-48) from 3-point and a was a perfect 17-of-17 from the foul line, while averaging 20.6 minutes a game.

  • In 2014 World Cup action, recorded a team-high 20 points (7-10 FGs, 6-9 3pt FGs), 3 rebounds and 4 assists in win over Mexico, scored 13 points (4-8 FGs, 3-6 3pt FGs) in semifinals win versus Lithuania. 

  • Started in all 4 exhibition games during the 2014 USA Men's National Team Tour and averaged 11.8 ppg., 1.8 rpg., 2.3 apg., shot 59.3 percent (16-27) from the field, 60.0 percent (9-15) from 3-point, and was a perfect 6-of-6 from the foul line.

  • Named a member of the 2014 USA World Cup Team on Aug. 23, 2014.

  • Recorded 9 points, 1 rebound and 3 assists in just under 16 minutes of action for the USA Blue Team in the abbreviated 2014 USA Basketball Showcase in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • Named a member of the 2014-16 USA Men’s National Team on Jan. 23, 2014.

  • Member of the 2010 USA World Championship Team that finished 9-0 and won gold, the USA’s first world championship since 1994.

  • Played in eight games at the 2010 FIBA World Championship and averaged 4.6 ppg., 1.7 rpg. 2.1 apg, made 7-of-19 3-point shots (.368 percent).

  • In 2010 FIBA World Championship play, recorded 13 points (5-8 FGs, 3-5 3pt FGs), 3 rebounds and 2 assists in 15 minutes of action in a 92-57 win over Tunisia.

  • Member of the 2010 USA Men’s National Team that finished 4-0 in its pre-World Championship tour. Averaged 5.0 ppg. and 1.3 spg.

  • In the 2010 USA Basketball Showcase, started and helped lead the USA White Team to a 114-96 victory and recorded 14 points, 6 rebounds and 1 assist in 21 minutes of action.

  • Named a member of the 2010-12 USA Men’s National Team on May 4, 2010.

  • Member of the 2007 USA U19 World Championship Team that finished 8-1 and won the silver medal in Novi Sad, Serbia. Averaged 9.4 ppg., 3.8 rpg., 2.2 apg. and 2.4 spg.

  • Member of the 2007 USA U19 World Championship Team that competed in the Global Games in Dallas, Texas, and finished 4-0 to win the event. Averaged 9.3 ppg., 3.8 rpg., and 1.3 apg.

NBA HONORS:

  • Named the 2015-16 NBA Most Valuable Player for the second year in a row to become just the 11th player to win back-to-back MVP awards and was the first unanimous winner in the award’s 61-season history.

  • Named the 2014-15 NBA Most Valuable Player.

  • Four-time All-NBA first team selection (2015, 2016, 2019 and 2021).

  • Named All-NBA second team in 2014 and 2017.

  • Named All-NBA third team in 2018.

  • Seven-time (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021) NBA All-Star Team selection.

  • Recorded 28 points (10-19 FGs, 8-16 3pt FGs), 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in 22 minutes for the victorious Team LeBron in the 2021 NBA All-Star Game.

  • Named a starter for the 2018 Team Stephen, recorded 11 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 steal in 26 minutes of action.

  • Named a starter for the 2017 NBA Western Conference All-Star Team, recorded 21 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists and 1 steal in 28:30 of action.

  • Named a starter for the 2016 NBA Western Conference All-Star Team, recorded 26 points (10-18 FGs, 6-13 3pt FGs), 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals in 28:50 of action.

  • Named a starter for the 2015 NBA Western Conference All-Star Team, recorded 15 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists 1 steal in 26:36 of action.

  • Named a starter for the 2014 NBA Western Conference All-Star Team, recorded 12 points, 3 rebounds, 11 assists and 1 steal in 28 minutes of action.

  • Won the 2015 Foot Locker 3-Point Contest during the All-Star Weekend in New York.

  • Named 2014 NBA Community Assist Award recipient. 

  • Named 2011 NBA Sportsmanship Award recipient.

  • Won the 2011 Skills Challenge during 2011 All-Star Weekend.

  • Started for the Sophomores in the 2011 Rookie Challenge and recorded 13 points, 6 rebounds, 8 assists in 28 minutes.

  • Finished runner-up in voting for 2010 NBA Rookie of the Year.

  • Voted an unanimous selection to the 2009-10 T-Mobile NBA All-Rookie first team.

  • Voted Western Conference Rookie of the Month three times (January, March and April).

  • Started for the Rookies in the 2010 Rookie Challenge and recorded 14 points, 1 rebound and 1 assist to help lead the Rookies to a 140-128 win over the Sophomores.

NBA MILESTONES:

  • Helped lead Golden State Warriors to five straight NBA Finals (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019) and to three NBA Championships (2015, 2017 and 2018).

  • Became in 2020-21 the first player 33 years or older to lead the league in scoring since Michael Jordan in 1997-98 (35 years at end of season and averaged 28.7 ppg). He also joins Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the only players with multiple scoring titles, MVPs and championships.

  • Through the 2020-21 season, ranks first in free throw percentage (.907), second in made 3-point field goals (2832) and behind only Ray Allen (2,973), third in attempted 3-point field goals (6540), seventh all-time in career 3-point percentage (.433), 70th in assists (4984) and 80th in steals (1282).

  • Has led the NBA in 3-pointers made in six seasons, including five consecutive seasons (2012-13 - 2016-17), and holds the NBA single-season record for most 3-pointers with 402 in 2015-16.

  • Has led NBA in free throw percentage in four seasons (2010-11, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2017-18).

  • For a third-straight season in 2015-16 set a single-season record for 3-pointers made (402), breaking his previous NBA records of 286 in 2014-15 and 272 in 2012-13. 

  • Ranks 10th in all-time NBA Playoffs made 3-point field goals (238), 12th (579) in attempted 3-point field goals, 33rd (.4111) in 3-point field goal percentage, tied for 80th (381) in assists, 105th in steals (96) and tied for 114th in points scored (1461).

  • Helped lead Golden State in 2015-16 to a NBA single-season record 73 wins as the Warriors finished 73-9.

  • Became the fourth player in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and two steals in a season, joining Rick Barry (1974-75), Michael Jordan (three times) and Dwyane Wade (2008-09).

  • Led the NBA in the 2015-16 regular season in scoring (30.1 ppg.), steals (2.1 spg.) and efficiency (30.7).

  • Poured in an NBA record 17 points in overtime of the Golden State-Portland (5/9/16) second-round playoff game. It is the most points ever scored in overtime in an NBA regular-season or postseason game.

  • In 2015-16 became the first player to make 400 3-pointers in an NBA season after connecting on 10 3s on the way to 46 points in the season's final regular season game versus Memphis (4/13/16) and to a season total of 402 total 3s.

  • Shares NBA game record for made 3-point field goals (with Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall) with 12 versus Oklahoma City Thunder (2/27/16).

  • Became the fastest player in NBA history to hit 1,000 career threes on Jan. 7, 2015, versus Indiana.

NBA NOTES:

  • Completed in 2020-21 his 12th NBA season, all with the Golden State Warriors.

  • Has played in 762 NBA regular season games, started 756 times, has compiled 26,150 minutes (34.3 mpg.), 18,434 (24.2 ppg.), 3,503 rebounds (4.6 rpg.), 4,984 assists (6.5 apg.) and 1,282 steals (1.7 spg.), while shooting 47.7% from the field, 43.3% from 3-point and 90.7% from the foul line.

  • Has appeared in 112 career postseason games, started 110 times, has averaged 26.5 ppg., 5.4 rpg., 6.3 apg. and 1.6 spg., while shooting 45.0 percent from the field, 40.1 percent from 3-point and 90.6 percent from the foul line.

  • Has scored 20 or more points in a quarter 26 times.

  • Played and started in 63 games in 2020-21, averaged 34.2 minutes (22nd in NBA), a league-high 32.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.8 assists (25th in NBA) and 1.2 steals a game (27th in NBA). Shot 48.2% from the field (54th in NBA), 42.1% from 3-point (19th in NBA) and 91.6% from the foul line (5th in NBA). Ranked 7th in the NBA in efficiency (26.4).

  • Played and started in five games in 2019-20, averaged 27.9 minutes, 20.8 points, 5.2 rebounds, 6.6 assists and 1.7 steals a game. Shot 40.2% from the field, 24.5% from 3-point and 100% (26-26) from the foul line.

  • Missed a total of 60 games in 2019-20, 58 due to a left hand fracture.

  • Played and started in 69 games in 2018-19, averaged 27.3 ppg. (5th in NBA), 5.4 rpg., 5.2 apg., 1.3 spg., shot 47.2 percent from the field, 43.7 percent from 3-point (4th in NBA), and 91.6 percent from the foul line (2nd in NBA).

  • Led Golden State to the 2019 NBA Finals, averaged during the playoffs 28.2 ppg., 6.0 rpg., 5.7 apg., 1.1 spg., 44.1 percent from the field, 40.1 percent from 3-point and 90.6 percent from the foul line.

  • Recorded at least 300 3-pointers in a season for the third time in the 2018-19 season, an NBA record.

  • Led Golden State to the 2018 NBA championship, averaged 25.5 ppg., 6.1 rpg., 5.4 apg. and 1.7 spg. in Warriors’ 15 playoff games.

  • Established in 2012-13 a new NBA single-season record for made 3-pointers by draining 272 3-pointers, eclipsing the previous mark set by Ray Allen (269 in 2005-06), doing so on 53 less attempts than Allen did with Seattle. Also broke the Warriors' single-season franchise record for made 3-pointers, previously held by Dorell Wright (194) in 2010-11, by 78 threes.

  • Became the only player in NBA history to hit 250 3-pointers and dish out 500 assists in a single season and the only player to average at least 3.0 made threes and 6.0 assists.

  • Finished 2009-10 ranked first in 3-point field goals made among all rookies, also ranked among all rookies first in assists, first in steals, second in scoring, second in 3-point field goals attempted, second field goals made, second in free throw percentage, second in efficiency ranking (18.95), third field goals attempted, fourth in double-doubles (12), fifth in 3-point percentage, fifth in free throws made and attempted, 10th in rebounding and 23rd in field goal percentage,

  • Drafted in the first round, No. 7 overall, of the 2009 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors as an early entry candidate after playing three seasons at Davidson.

COLLEGE NOTES:

  • In three seasons at Davidson College, he helped lead teams to an 85-20 win-loss record, three Southern Conference regular season titles, two Southern Conference tournament championships, two NCAA Tournaments and one NIT post-season appearance, including an NCAA Elite Eight showing 2007-08.
  • Amassed career averages of 25.3 ppg., 4.5 rpg. 3.7 apg. and 32.6 minutes in 104 games.
  • Left Davidson ranked 25th all-time on NCAA Division I scoring list with 2,635 points and ranked as Davidson’s and the Southern Conference’s all-time leader in scoring.
  • Also ranked fourth on NCAA’s all-time list for career 3-pointers with 414, just 43 away from the record set by J.J. Redick of Duke.
  • Owns Davidson's career records for 3-pointers made (414), free throws made (479), 30-point games (30) and 40-point games (six).
  • Owns Davidson's single-season records for points (974) and steals (86).
  • Is the NCAA single-season record holder with 162 3-pointers in 2007-08.
  • Named first-team consensus All-American as a junior and second-team consensus All-American as a sophomore.
  • Named John R. Wooden Award All-American as a sophomore and junior.
  • Named Southern Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior.
  • Was named Southern Conference Player of the Week 16 times in his career and SoCon Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Month 11 times.
  • Named 2008 NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional Most Outstanding Player and named to the All-Region team after helping Davidson advance to the Great Eight as a sophomore.
  • Scored in double-figures in 102 of his 104 career games.
  • Led nation in scoring in 2008-09 averaging 28.6 ppg., and added 4.4 rpg., 5.6 apg. and 33.7 minutes in 34 games (all starts).
  • Scored in 2008-09 20-or-more points 31 times; 30-or-more points 15 times and 40-or-more points four times.
  • His 44 points at Oklahoma (11/18/08) and against North Carolina State (12/6/08) were tied for the seventh most points scored in an NCAA Division 1 game in 2008-09.
  • As a sophomore in 2007-08, appeared in 36 games (all starts), averaged 25.9 ppg., 4.6 rpg. and 2.9 apg. and 33.1 minutes.
  • Ranked 4th in the nation in scoring in 2007-08 and averaged a conference-leading 25.9 ppg..
  • Led his team to a 29-7 record and the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season and helped lead No. 10 seeded Davidson on a run to the Elite Eight.
  • Scored in 2007-08 20-or-more points 27 times; 30-or-more points 11 times and 40-or-more points twice.
  • As a freshman in 2006-07, appeared in 34 games (33 starts), averaged 21.5 ppg., 4.6 rpg. and 2.8 apg. in 30.9 minutes.
  • His 21.5 ppg ranked 9th nationally and 2nd among freshmen behind Kevin Durant of Texas.
  • Scored in 2006-07 20-or-more points 20 times and 30-or-more points four times.

PERSONAL NOTES:

  • Parents are Dell and Sonya Curry.
  • Has three siblings, Seth, Sydel and Will.
  • He and his wife, Ayesha, have two daughters, Riley and Ryan, and a son, Canon.

  • His father Dell was a star at Virginia Tech and went on to play 16 seasons in the NBA for five different teams, including a 10-year stint with the Charlotte Hornets, and is currently a broadcaster for the Charlotte Hornets.
  • His mother Sonya was a standout on the volleyball team at Virginia Tech.
  • His brother, Seth, led all Division I freshmen in scoring with 20.2 ppg. at Liberty in 2008-09 and went on to star at Duke University. Currently he plays for the Sacramento Kings.
  • Two years after Stephen played for the silver medalist USA U19 Team, his younger brother Seth was named a member of the 2009 USA U19 World Championship Team that finished 9-0 and won the gold medal in Auckland, New Zealand.

SOCIAL MEDIA:

 

USA BASKETBALL STATISTICS

TEAM
G/S
MIN/AVG
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
BLK
STL
2014 WC 9/9 185/20.6 29-  71 .408 21-  48 .438 17-17 1.000 25/ 2.8 96/ 10.7 26 1 11
2014 MNT 4/4   71/17.8 16-  27 .593   9-  15 .600   6-  6 1.000 7/ 1.8 47/ 11.8 9 0 0
2014 MNTX 1/1   16/16.0   2-    7 .286   1-    5 .200   4-  4 1.000 1/ 1.0 9/   9.0 3 0 0
2010 WC 8/0   85/10.6 14-  31 .452   7-  19 .368   2-  2 1.000 11/ 1.4 37/   4.6 17 0 4
2010 MNT 4/0   39/  9.8   9-  22 .409   2-  10 .200   0-  0 .--- 0/ 0.0 20/   5.0 2 0 5
2010 MNTX 1/1   21/21.0   4-    9 .444   3-    7 .429     3-  4 .750 6/  6.0 14/ 14.0 1 0 0
2007 U19 9/0 161/17.9 27-  60 .450 12-  34 .353 19-24 .792 34/ 3.8 85/   9.4 20 0 22
2007 GG 4/1   62/15.5 11-  27 .407   8-  18 .444   7-  7 1.000 15/ 3.8 37/   9.3 5 0 3
Totals
40/16
640/16.4
112-254
.441
63-156
.404
58- 64
.906
92/ 2.4
322/  8.5
79
1
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