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Stephen Curry passes Wilt Chamberlain for Warriors' all-time field goals mark

The Warriors' star guard added another record to his growing list of career accolades in Monday's win vs. OKC.

Stephen Curry scored 38 points in Golden State's win vs. Oklahoma City.

Stephen Curry put himself atop yet another statistical category in the Warriors’ record books on Monday, passing NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain for most made field goals in the franchise’s history.

Curry had already owns the No. 1 spots in games played, 3-pointers made, assists, steals and total points in a Warriors uniform. His 38-point performance in Golden State’s 128-120 victory over Oklahoma City propelled him past Chamberlain in made shots, yet another line on Curry’s already sparkling resumé.

He surpassed Chamberlain on a driving scoop shot with 8:55 left in the third quarter that pushed the Warriors’ lead to 71-52.

Curry is also Warriors’ all-time leader in field goal attempts, free throw percentage and turnovers. He needs 1,640 more free throws and 2,481 more free throw attempts to pass Hall of Famer Paul Arizin for those marks and trails only Anthony Morrow (46%) in career 3-point percentage (Curry’s is 42.8%).

In a unique moment, Curry chatted with University of Oklahoma women’s basketball star Taylor Robertson before the game. Robertson, who wears No. 30 like Curry and wore a Curry jersey to the game, set the NCAA women’s career record for 3s on Saturday.

Selected seventh overall in the 2009 Draft, Curry was named to the NBA 75th Anniversary Team last year, an accomplishment he immediately followed up with his fourth NBA championship. The 34-year-old also boasts a pair of Kia MVP trophies, eight All-Star appearances, two scoring titles, an All-Star MVP award and a steals crown.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.