It seems inconceivable that a player already thought of as the greatest shooter in NBA history could elevate his game even higher.
Stephen Curry is doing just that.
Curry to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 107-96 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Curry has scored at least 30 points in 11 consecutive games. It’s the longest such streak in league history by a player 33 or older, surpassing Kobe Bryant, who had 10 straight 30-point games in 2012.
“You don’t put too much pressure on yourself, you just play basketball,” Curry said. “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.”