The Ultimate Stephen Curry Quiz

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What is the most amount of points Curry has put up in a single NBA game?

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Curry scored a career-best 54 points in a Feb. 27, 2013 game against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

What year did Curry make his first All-Star appearance?

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Curry made his first All-Star appearance in 2014, becoming the Warriors' first All-Star starter since Latrell Sprewell in 1995.

How Many Threes Did Curry Make In His Sophmore Season With Davidson To Break Fitzgerald's Previous Record of 158 Threes In A Single Season?

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That's right ... The NBA's deadliest shooter was re-writing the record books long ago, with 162 makes during his sophomore season at Davidson.

Prior to the 2012-2013 NBA Season, Curry Accepted a Contract Extension. How Long and for How Much Money was this Contract?

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What other sport does Curry play often?

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How many NBA championships does Curry have?

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Championship years: 2015, 2017, 2018.

How many NBA MVP awards has Curry received

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NBA MVP years: 2015 and 2016.

What Number Did Stephen Curry Wear In High School?

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Curry attended the Charlotte Christian School in North Carolina where he was forced to wear #20, due to a matter of size. The #30 that he preferred was too big for him, he "wasn't bulky enough to fill out the school's XL No. 30" so the young talent had to opt for a different number. Thus, he stuck with #20 and later picked up his preferred number in college and in the NBA.
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What college did Curry play for?

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True or False: Curry Passed Up Nike To Sign With Under Armour

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During Curry’s rise in the 2010’s, he singlehandedly took once-little known sports apparel brand Under Armour with him to the top. Amazingly, Nike had a chance of signing Curry early in his career, but that just did not work out.

Rumor has it that the Nike executives who pitched Steph got his name wrong.
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What is Curry's NBA record for consecutive regular season games with a made three-pointer?

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Curry's streak was the longest in NBA History. It started on November 11th, 2014 and ended against the Lakers on Nov. 4, 2016.

Stephen Curry's response to his streak ending: "Oh yeah, that's right. No, that was a cool little ride. Would have been cool to finish my career making one every game"
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Curry had 14 points, seven assists, and four steals in his NBA debut. How many three-pointers did he make?

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The player who revolutionized the game from beyond the arc went 0-for-1 on three-pointers in his first NBA game.

What is Curry's favorite dish?

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According to Ayesha Curry, her husband’s favorite dish is chicken parmesan.

“I think that’s the way to his heart,” Ayesha told The Hollywood Reporter of her chicken parm recipe, which she decided not to include in her 2016 cookbook, “The Seasoned Life.” “I’m keeping that to myself.”

True or False: Curry is the only player to win MVP unanimously in NBA history.

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Curry led the league at 30.1 points per game, made an NBA-record 402 three-pointers and led his team to a record 73 wins in 2015-16 to become the only unanimous MVP.

What year did Stephen Curry win his first NBA Championship

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In 2015, Curry propelled the Warriors to the franchise’s first title in 40 years over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Why does Curry wear #30?

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Steph Curry sported the #30 on his back right from his first game as a Warrior. In fact, the two-time league MVP has a special attachment to the number. Steph entered the NBA and accomplished his ultimate goal of following his father’s footsteps.

Steph’s father Dell Curry played in the NBA for sixteen years and never let go of #30. He donned the same number on every jersey he ever wore in his long NBA career. Thus, it became a close attachment with Steph and he wanted to carry on with his father’s tradition.

Moreover, Steph Curry began wearing #30 right from his college career. Steph played for the Davidson Wildcats, where he earned a lot of recognition for his extraordinary talent. Right from his college days to where he is now, Steph has never lost any love for #30, the numeral that has earned him several accolades along the way.
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True or False: Statistically, Curry Shoots Free Throws Better When Chewing On His Mouthguard.

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According to The Wall Street Journal, Curry shoots free throws better when he's chewing on his mouthguard. Over two regular seasons, he made 92% of his free throws when chewing on the mouthguard, compared to 89% when he kept the mouthguard in place. He also increased the amount of time he chewed on his mouthpiece to 85% of his '15-16 free throw tries--up 21% from '14-15.
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Who was Curry's favorite NBA player growing up?

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You would think that growing up in a basketball family Stephen Curry’s favorite player would be his father. It was not, instead, the young man gravitated towards Dell’s teammate Muggsy Bogues, an undersized player who had a fire that was impossible to put out.

What pick was Stephen Curry in the 2009 NBA Draft?

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Curry was drafted 7th in the 2009 NBA draft. A few other familiar names in the same draft class include Blake Griffin (1st pick), James Harden (3rd pick), Tyreke Evans (4th pick), and DeMar DeRozan (9th pick).

At media day before Curry's rookie season, which former teammate said playing next to Curry just wouldn't work?

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Monta Ellis on pairing with Stephen Curry: “We can’t… (We’re) not going to win that way” - 2009 Talking Points.

How many 3-pointers did Steph Curry make in the NCAA for Davidson?

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Only one player in the top 25 all-time leader in three-pointers made earned his way onto this list in only THREE seasons: Stephen Curry. He played from 2006–07 through 2008–09 but left for the NBA after his junior season. Curry also played in the fewest games (104) out of all of the other players in the top 25 and currently ranks 13th all-time with 414 threes made on a 41.2% three-point shooting percentage.

Curry is also tied for fifth in NCAA tournament history in most 3-pointers in a single tournament: 23 3-pointers.
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In what season did Curry set a new record of three-pointers in a single NBA season?

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Curry set a new record of three-pointers in a single season in 2015-16 with 402 threes made. He appears 5 more times on the top 25 all-time list:
1. Stephen Curry - 402 threes made, 2015-16 season
3. Stephen Curry - 354 threes made, 2018-19 season
4. Stephen Curry - 324 threes made, 2016-17 season
6. Stephen Curry - 286 threes made, 2014-15 season
9. Stephen Curry - 272 threes made, 2012-13 season
16. Stephen Curry - 261 threes made, 2013-14 season
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In Curry's First College Basketball Game, How Many Points Did he Score?

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What is the most three-pointers Curry made in a single NBA game?

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Stephen Curry made an NBA-record 13 3-pointers on the way to 46 points in the Warriors' 116-106 victory against the New Orleans Pelicans on November 7th, 2016.

The two-time reigning MVP hit 13 of 17 3s in his seventh career game with double digit 3-pointers and shot 16 for 26 overall. He raised his right arm and pounded his chest, then let out a "Whoo!" when he reached the record with 2:23 to go.

It was his first 40-point performance this season after he led the NBA with 13 such games last season. Fans chanted "M-V-P!"
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Curry has made more than 2,000 three-pointers in his career. How many regular season in-game dunks does he have?

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Curry has a total of 26 made regular-season dunks over his career, according to Basketball-Reference.com (2019).

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