Steph Curry is currently one of the top players for Golden State Warriors and has been touted as one of the best basketball players to have ever stepped foot inside a basketball court. Now it seems Curry has further cemented his legacy by shattering a record held by the likes of Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan.
According to CNN, Steph Curry has added to his record-breaking scoring streak on Monday night. Curry scored 49 points in his team’s 107-96 over the Philadelphia 76ers. He beat Bryant’s record for consecutive 30-point games by a player aged 33 or older.
Curry, who is a 3-time NBA Champion has has now scored more than 30 points in 11 consecutive games and has overtaken Bryant’s record of 10 set in December 2012.
This record comes just a week after he surpassed Wilt Chamberlain as the Warriors’ all-time leading scorer. While speaking to the media during the post-game press conference, Steph Curry addressed his amazing accomplishment.
“From Wilt’s [record] last week and then this streak, I’m obviously aware. Being aggressive, obviously, but kind of letting the game come to you. For me, that looks a certain type of way, but I’m having a blast out there just playing basketball and it’s obviously working.”
The sky’s the limit for Steph Curry as he has a world of momentum behind him and it is likely he will be breaking more records at the rate Curry is going.