Steph Curry powered the Golden State Warriors past the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night to keep his team at the top of the NBA standings.
Stephen Curry surpassed Bulls legend Scottie Pippen on the all-time scoring list, earning himself the 62nd spot on the historic list.
Curry scored 32 points to achieve another career milestone on Friday night. While the whole team has been excellent throughout the season, Stephen Curry has been the main attraction because of his unbelievable scoring ability.
The “Dubs” superstar is averaging 28.4 points on 46 percent from the field and 41 percent from beyond the arc. He also adds almost seven assists and six rebounds per game.
The Warriors are set to visit the Los Angeles Clippers two days from now. The Clippers have also been quietly racking up wins this season.