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Stephen Curry passes Guy Rodgers, becomes Golden State Warriors' all-time assists leader

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With his second assist of the game, Stephen Curry passed Hall of Famer Guy Rodgers for the most career assists in Golden State Warriors history.

Curry took 737 regular-season games to pass Rodgers' tally, which was recorded in 587 regular-season games.

Courtesy Warriors PR, here's a look at who Curry passed the ball to on some of his key milestone assists in his career.

The two other pillars alongside Curry that made Warriors a dynasty midway through the 2010s, joined in to congratulate the 3-time NBA Champion on his historic feat.

Curry finished with 27 points in this game, one the Warriors lost 128-97. Later this season, the two-time former MVP will most likely become the franchise leader in a couple more all-time stat categories.

His career points tally stands at 17,531, needing only 252 more points to pass Wilt Chamberlain and become the franchise's all-time leader in total points. Meanwhile, in the franchise's leaderboard for steals, Curry is only 103 behind all-time leader Chris Mullin (1,360).

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