Warriors

Steph scoring like no other in NBA history so late in career

Warriors

Steph Curry continues to break record after record with no sign of slowing down anytime soon. 

After Monday's thrilling win over the Utah Jazz, the Warriors star entered elite company. 

After passing Kobe Bryant in career 30-point games in a 12th career season or later, Curry's prime has no end in sight. Curry can't catch the consensus GOAT this season, but perhaps he passes Michael Jordan in Year 13.

Scoring 36 points Monday night, Curry has a firm hold over Washington's Bradley Beal for the league's scoring title this season. With Beal sidelined a couple of games due to injury, Curry should be able to pad his lead enough to clinch yet another title. 

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Curry's durability, longevity, and consistency are reasons why the Warriors have stayed afloat just enough to grab ahold of a spot in the play-in tournament.

The Dubs are on a roll, and Curry's monster season could be a sign of what's to come this postseason. 

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