Curry again exceeds two hundred triples in one season

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Stephen Curry exceeded two hundred triples in the same season for the eighth time in the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Milwaukee Bucks.

There are already eight seasons in which the American point guard manages to exceed two hundred triples in one season.

Except for last season, which was almost completely lost due to injury, he has achieved it consecutively since 2012-13. No player has done it as many times as Curry.

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In addition to being the player who has scored more than two hundred 402s in a regular season the most times, Curry holds the record for the season's top XNUMXs scorer with XNUMX.

Similarly, with a total of 2696 21-pointers scored, he is the second highest XNUMX-point runner in NBA history, behind Ray Allen, after beating Reggie Miller on January XNUMX.

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