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Curry’s battle gave birth to ten records in total points, surpassing Olympic fat assists and surpassing Kobe Bryant_History_Finals_1

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Curry’s battle gave birth to ten records in total points, surpassing Olympic fat assists and surpassing Kobe Bryant_History_Finals_1

Original title: Curry’s World War I spawned ten records in total points and assists, surpassing Kobe Bryant

On June 11, Beijing time, the 2021-22 NBA Finals will continue. The Golden State Warriors are in Game 4 of the series against the Boston Celtics. After the whole game, the Warriors defeated the Green Army 107-97 to tie the total score at 2-2.

On the Warriors side, Curry scored 43 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists, playing an epic game exclusive to him. During the game, Curry also broke the record list and wrote his name into the NBA again and again. The book of honor of the long history.

For starters, 43 points is Curry’s second-highest career Finals score, with his Finals high of 47 in Game 3 against the Raptors in 2019.

Secondly, scoring 40+ against the Celtics in the finals is also extremely rare in NBA history. Curry became the first player to do so since Jerry West in 1969.

Third, in NBA history, only two players have scored 40+10 at the age of 34 and above, the first is LeBron James, and the other is today’s Curry.

This is not over yet. After this game, Curry scored 30+ points 50 times in the playoffs, and 13 times in the finals with 30+ points.

Curry also scored 30+ points and made 5+ three-pointers in the Finals for the 10th time in his career, which is also the first in history.

In the historical total score list, Curry also made gains. After this game, his total score in the finals surpassed “Big Shark” O’Neal and rose to 12th in history.

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In the historical assists list, he also surpassed Kobe Bryant and “Big Bird” Bird, and rose to 11th in history.

In this game, while scoring 43 points, Curry also grabbed 10 rebounds, which also allowed him to write a new history. The data shows that since the merger of the NBA and ABA, Curry has become the second player to score 43 points and 10 rebounds in the finals as a guard, and the other is “Magic” Johnson.

Curry is also the third player after James and Durant to score at least 40 points, 10 rebounds and make six 3-pointers in the Finals.

Curry’s explosion also boosted a great record for the Warriors. Including this game, the Warriors have won at least one away game in 27 consecutive series, and continue to refresh the historical record.

Of course, all of this has also become more valuable and more brilliant because of Curry’s victory. (Poirot)Return to Sohu, see more

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