Star Point Guardian of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, Continued to develop his story and added personal scores to the NBA.
Tuesday, during the third quarter Denver Nuggets, The ‘chef’ reached 3,000 triples (first in the NBA’s possession) for failing to write (that) story during Saturday’s Christmas Day game against the Phoenix Suns.
Curry finished the game against the Suns with 33 points, 10-27 from the field, 5-16 from the arch and 8-9 from the free line.
By Tuesday, reaching the mark for the NBA’s top 3 pointers will not be entirely easy. Curry went 0-2 in the first quarter. Also, he did not go to the free tax.
In the second quarter, Curry had yet to score: from 0-4 triple and 0-4 on the field, unusual for the first MVP candidate of the current season, meanwhile, the score was 43-28. The audience.
The first two points of his night came with 2:08 remaining in the second quarter after the player’s help. Andre Iguodala The score at that time was 55-35. So his record was 0-5 from the field and 1-6 from the field. His team trailed 60-36 in the first half without reaching the triple that Curry longed for.
According to data from ESPN Statistics & Info, Curry finished the first half without triples for the first time this season, while his two encrypted units against Denver received their lowest points in the first two quarters of the game throughout the regular season of the last 5 seasons.
With the third period at 9:20, the record seemed to be close to triple when the fouled curry went over the ‘six’ line over the triple attempt. He scored a free trio to get his first 5 points and moved the score to 60-41. So far he has made 6 failed 3-point attempts.
The clock took 03.9 seconds to go third, which was the first three times the night for Curry and 3,000 for his career. His basket made the score 74-61 at that point and he reached 8 points in the game.
In the end, Curry scored 23 points 5-14, 6-16 from the field and 6-7 from the free line to lead Golden State to victory. However, Denver maintained its lead in the first quarter with an 89-86 victory.