Steph Curry Becomes the Only 5th Player in the NBA Finals’ History to Achieve this Feat

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Though Game 3 of the NBA Finals is a forgettable one for the Warriors, Steph Curry’s record wasn’t. Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry made it to the executive list with his first steal of the Game 3 of the NBA Finals. The steal made Steph stand with the legends of the game like Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Magic Johnson, and Kobe Bryant.

With the first steal in Game 3, Curry became the only fifth player in the history of the NBA to score at least 800 points and 50 steals in the NBA Finals. This incredible feat surely went unnoticed due to the loss but it was Curry’s magnificent play that the Warriors bounced back in the second and third quarters.

Steph Curry’s performance is phenomenal so far, he only needs his teammate to fire with him. There is also an injury for the star player, however, it seems it is not serious. Curry will most likely play Game 4 of the NBA Finals. The injury update is still pending at the moment.

“I took [Curry] out with two minutes left because we were down by 14 points,” Kerr said. “The injury didn’t force him out of the game.

“We’ll know more tomorrow,” Kerr concluded when asked about Curry’s level of injury.”

Aiden J. Miller
I speak, write, discuss, watch, and play basketball. Stick around for the updates and analysis on FIBA and NBA.

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