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2014 NBA All Star: Stephen Curry
January 23, 2014
Congratulations to Stephen Curry, who has been named a starter on the NBA Western Conference All-Star team!
Curry is a first-time All-Star and the first Warriors player to be voted in by the fans as an All-Star starter since Latrell Sprewell in 1995.
Overall, Curry earned the most votes of any Western Conference backcourt player with a total of 1,047,281 votes in the final returns.
Curry was one of four players to receive over one million total votes, joining LeBron James (1,416,419), Kevin Durant (1,396,294) and Paul George (1,211,318). Curry also becomes the first Warrior to lead his position in All-Star voting since Rick Barry led Western Conference forwards in 1976.
Among NBA leaders, Curry ranks seventh in scoring, second in assists, third in three-point field goals and sixth in steals. He leads the league in 20-point/10-assist games with 11, including a league-leading five games in which he’s tallied at least 30 points and 10 assists.
Curry recorded his first career 30-point, 15-assist game on December 19 against San Antonio, joining Chris Paul as the only two players with a 30-point/15-assist game this season.
The fifth-year point guard is averaging career-highs of 23.5 points, 9.2 assists and 4.6 rebounds to go with 1.88 steals and 37.9 minutes in 40 games this season.
Curry is on pace to become the fourth player in NBA history to average at least 23 points, nine assists and four rebounds in a season, joining Hall of Famers Jerry West, Oscar Robertson and Magic Johnson.
On November 4 at Philadelphia, Curry recorded his second career triple-double, tallying 18 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds in 29 minutes. He added five steals, becoming the second player in NBA history to post a line of 18/12/10/5 in a game (joining Fat Lever, who did so twice in 1987).
Curry’s third career triple-double (second this season) came on December 27 against Phoenix when he tallied 14 points and set career-highs in rebounds (13) and assists (16).
Curry is one of only three players in the NBA with multiple triple-doubles this season, and just the seventh player in franchise history to record three-or-more career triple-doubles.
After setting the NBA single-season record with 272 three-pointers in 2012-13, Curry surpassed Jason Richardson as the Warriors’ all-time three-point leader on December 7 at Memphis and is averaging a league-best 3.2 threes per game.
The Davidson product has taken part in All-Star Weekend in three of his previous four seasons, winning the Skills Challenge in 2011 and twice participating in the Rising Stars Challenge (2010 and 2011) and Three-Point Contest (2010 and 2013).
Curry has helped lead the Warriors to a 26-17 record, including a 10-game winning streak from Dec. 21 to Jan. 7, despite playing a league-high 25 of their first 43 games on the road. Golden State tied a franchise-record by winning seven consecutive road games from December 23 to January 7.
The 63rd NBA All-Star Game will be exclusively televised on TNT from New Orleans Arena on Sunday, February 16, 2014.