2013-14 Season Review: Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry’s ascension toward superstardom continued during the 2013-14 season. After leading the Warriors to the Western Conference semifinals last season, Curry turned in his best professional season to date. The face of the franchise averaged career-highs in scoring (24.0 ppg, 7th in NBA) and assists (8.0 apg, 5th in NBA), and was tied for the second most triple-doubles (four) in the NBA this season. Curry, who became the first Warriors player to start an All-Star Game in 19 years, was also the Western Conference Player of the Month for April. He also led the league in 30-point, 10-assist games, and his 261 3-pointers were the fourth highest single-season total in league history. His accomplishments did not go unrecognized, as Curry earned All-NBA Second Team honors, becoming the first Warrior named to an All-NBA First or Second Team since 1993-94. A star off the court as well, Curry also was awarded the 2013-14 Seasonlong Kia Community Assist Award in recognition of his numerous charitable contributions, fundraising and remarkable generosity in the Bay Area and across the globe.

Check out more on Curry’s All-Star season in the photo gallery below: