While the Warriors have to fight for every win, Steph Curry continues to achieve feats that connect him to Michael Jordan. He has imitated MJ with his no-look layup, and his scoring barrage through the first 25 games of the season had him on Jordan's level for someone age 32 or older.
Now, Curry finds himself in the same breath as Jordan once again.
The Warriors superstar has scored at least 25 points while shooting at least 50 percent from the field in 10 straight games. Jordan was the last guard to do so, back in the 1995-96 season.
In his last 10 games, Curry has averaged 34.5 points per game while shooting 58 percent from the field and 51.2 percent from deep while attempts 12.1 3-pointers per game. The problem is, the Warriors have gone just 5-5 in those 10 games.
Curry leads the NBA in total points (844), and his 30.1 points per game are more than his unanimous NBA MVP season from 2015-16.
Being in the same sentence as Jordan always means you are on the right path. Having it happen more than once in the first 28 games of the season is just further proof how great Curry has been for the Warriors this year.