NBA: Stephen Curry surpasses Kobe Bryant to set NBA record

The Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry surpassed Kobe Bryant to set the NBA record for most games with 30+ points.

Golden State Warriors continued their winnings streak as they defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 106-97.

The Warriors have been consistently performing since the last 10 games as their star point guard Stephen Curry has been in amazing form with 30+ points in all 10 games against different teams.

In the last 10 games, Curry has scored 72 3-pointers, accounting for more than 35% of his team score in the last ten matches.

Stephen Curry surpassed NBA legend Kobe Bryant on Monday to rewrite the NBA record for the most number of games for a player with 30+ points with 11 games, Kobe previously held the record for 10 games.  According to ESPN. He has taken over the NBA scoring lead at 31.4 points per game, passing Washington’s Bradley Beal’s 31.1.


“Being aggressive obviously, but kind of letting the game come to you,” Curry told reporters. “And for me, that looks a certain type of way, but I’m having a blast out there just playing basketball.”


The Warriors now have won five of their six games and stand at the 9th position in the western conference, this has been mainly possible because of Curry’s outstanding performance since the last few games.

The Warriors are now eyeing a playoff confirmation as they have been unable to make it to the playoffs since the last two seasons because of injuries and poor gameplay.

With Stephen Curry in full swing, the Warriors hope for a chance to make it to the playoff this time.

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