Steph Curry entered Tuesday's game against the Nuggets needing 17 points to pass Hall of Famer Chris Mullin for fourth place on the Warriors' franchise scoring list.
He got exactly 17 points.
It took Curry a little while to get there, but with a 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter, the two-time NBA MVP passed Mullin's mark of 16,235.
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Curry now sits at 16,236 career points.
Next on the list? Paul Arizin with 16,266 points as a Warrior. So Curry should pass him in the next game or two.
Curry doesn't have enough time this season to catch Rick Barry at 16,477 points, but he'll get there early next season.
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Wilt Chamberlain is atop the list with 17,783 points as a Warrior.
Curry is putting his stamp on the Warriors' record books one season at a time. By the time he's done, he should own just about every notable record in franchise history.