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Learn about the biography and achievements of Stephen Curry (Part 2)

Return season to win (2012 – 2014)

After a long break, he has come back and documented his career history with many resounding victories: scoring 54 points against the New York Knicks and also setting a record for Stephen Curry throws 3 points in a season in the last match. See also:  excellent 3-point basketball shooting like Stephen Curry.

NBA and MVP Championship (2014-2015)

This season, he reached a top of 51 points and broke his 3-point pitch record in one season, he was named the  MVP in basketball that same season.

MVP (2015-2015)

Curry scored 40 points in his opening match against New Orleans Pelican. With continued success, he became the 7th player in NBA history to join 50-40-90. He was unanimously voted as the most valuable player of the season – a feat no one has achieved until then.

Second NBA Championship (2016-2017)

With a streak established during the 2016-2017 season, he was named his eighth player of the year and was also voted player of the month alongside Kevin Durant. Curry helped the Golden State Warrior secure its second title for three years.

The third championship (2017-2018)

He signed a $ 202 million contract extension with the Golden State Warrior, which made him the first NBA star to sign a super-large contract worth more than $ 200 million.

Stephen Curry signed a $ 202 million contract extension with the Golden State Warrior

In the match against New Orleans Pelicans, he scored 5 points three and became the fastest player to reach 2000 points. Stephen Curry had a twisted ankle and had been inactive for 2 weeks.

In March, he had an intermediate cord sprain in his left knee and was inactive for 6 weeks. Although injuries occur constantly, it’s undeniable that he helped the Golden State Warrior win their third title by leading the scoring list with 37 points.

National team

Stephen Curry made his US national team debut at the 2007 FIBA ​​Under-19 world championship and won the gold at the 2010 FIBA ​​World Championship despite playing very little. In 2016, he resigned from the 2016 Olympic team due to an ankle and knee injury.