Steph Curry went over 15,000 career points on Dec. 17 against the Memphis Grizzlies.
It took him nearly three months to reach 16,000.
With a driving layup at the 4:17 mark in the first quarter Saturday night against the Thunder, Curry became the fifth player in Warriors franchise history and the 111th player in NBA history to reach that point plateau.
Among Warriors, Curry only trails Chris Mullin (16,235), Paul Arizin (16,266), Rick Barry (16,447) and Wilt Chamberlain (17,783). Curry could pass Mullin and Arizin this season, and, if healthy, he should pass Barry and Chamberlin next season.
On the all-time list, Curry broke a tie with Amar'e Stoudemire for 111th place, and passed Rasheed Wallace and Derek Harper for 109th. Next up, Juwan Howard, who has 16,159 career points.
The kid from Davidson keeps climbing up the all-time list, and he's nowhere close to being done.