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.
His current season has been nothing short of incredible as he keeps on breaking records left and right. Curry previously shattered a record held by legends such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
Now it seems Curry has done it yet again as he smashed a new record. According to Heavy, during the Warriors’ game against Memphis Grizzlies in the postseason play-in tournament, the broadcast team noted one of Curry’s more lesser-known accomplishments in 2021.
It was revealed that for the season, the Warrior point guard Steph Curry had an average of 11.4 points per quarter in the third stanza. This is the highest single-quarter scoring average that any NBA player has posted in any quarter for the last 30 years.
Curry continues to amaze everyone with his skills and he is a future NBA Hall Of Famer. 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.