For the ninth time in his legendary 14-year career, Steph Curry found himself on an All-NBA squad. The Golden State Warriors sharpshooter earned his fourth Second Team selection to go with four First Team berths and another on the Third Team after averaging 29.4 points per game, the third-highest output of his career. Also an All-Star for the ninth time, Curry became the Warriors’ all-time leader in field goals made during the season, and also became the first player in NBA history to score at least 10,000 points off of 3-pointers. In his 56 games played, he recorded at least 30 points in 28 of them, including four 40-point performances and two more in which he posted 50. Curry is now tied for the most 50-point games in league history after the age of 30 with seven, and his 50-point effort in Game 7 of the Western Conference Semifinals was a playoff career-high and briefly the most points ever scored in a Game 7 until Jayson Tatum bested it by a single point shortly thereafter.
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