Stephen Curry Named to 2022-23 All-NBA Second Team

Curry Earns Franchise Record Ninth All-NBA Selection

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been named to the 2022-23 All-NBA Second Team, the league announced today. It marks a franchise-record ninth All-NBA Team selection for the two-time NBA Most Valuable Player and reigning NBA Finals MVP (First Team four times, Second Team four times and Third Team once).

Stephen Curry Named to 2022-23 All-NBA Second Team

Curry earned Second Team honors after averaging 29.4 points, 6.3 assists and a career-best 6.1 rebounds in 34.7 minutes per game over 56 games (all starts). He nearly completed his second career 50/40/90 season (previously done in 2015-16) with shooting percentages of 49.3% from the field, 42.7% from 3-point range (7th in NBA) and 91.5% from the free throw line (3rd).

Curry, who also earned his ninth career All-Star nod in 2022-23 (did not participate due to injury), finished third in 3-point field goals made (273), recording his NBA-record 10th season with at least 200 threes while extending his NBA-record streak of 245 consecutive regular season games with at least one 3-pointer. Additionally, Curry was named Western Conference Player of the Week for Week 4 (Nov. 7-13), his 19th career weekly award. Curry, in his 14th NBA season, became the longest-tenured player in Warriors history and is the franchise’s all-time leader in points, assists, 3-pointers, steals, and games played.

Warriors All-NBA Team Selections (1st, 2nd and 3rd)
PlayerAll-NBA Teams
Stephen Curry9
Rick Barry6
Neil Johnston5
Wilt Chamberlain5
Joe Fulks4
Paul Arizin4
Chris Mullin4

The All-NBA Team was selected by a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters. Players were awarded five points for each vote to the All-NBA First Team, three points for each vote to the Second Team and one point for each vote to the Third Team. Voters selected two guards, two forwards and one center for each team, choosing players at the position they play regularly. Players who received votes at multiple positions were slotted at the position where they received the most votes.