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.
An assist for the record books 👏@StephenCurry30 || #DubNation https://t.co/4qEZ57X1H0 pic.twitter.com/5No2HOy96Z- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) March 16, 2021
Courtesy Warriors PR, here's a look at who Curry passed the ball to on some of his key milestone assists in his career.
With his second assist of the night, Stephen Curry (4,856 career assists) has passed Guy Rodgers (4,855) as the franchise's all-time assists leader. pic.twitter.com/c6muPbDLLw- Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) March 16, 2021
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.
.@KlayThompson and @Money23Green congratulate @StephenCurry30 on becoming the @warriors all-time assists leader! pic.twitter.com/fy1vc7Wayb- NBA (@NBA) March 16, 2021
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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