WATCH: Stephen Curry Drops 40 Points in Three Quarters vs Charlotte

by December 03, 2015

On night dedicated to Dell Curry in Charlotte, Stephen Curry scored 40 points—28 of those coming during a third quarter explosion—in the Golden State Warriors’ 116-99 blowout of the Hornets.

The Dubs moved to 20-0, and Curry continued his torrid MVP pace.

(Aside: for the love of God, will someone get Kemba Walker some help defense?!)

Per the SF Chronicle:

The noise was so deafening during Curry’s 10-for-11 shooting clinic (including 5-for-5 on three-pointers) that the Warriors’ point guard seemed to forget that he was supposed to be playing a road game.


“I knew all my family was in the crowd, and I knew they were happy,” Curry said. “I pointed up to the suite where most of them were. It was a cool atmosphere to play in, especially on top of my dad’s ceremony. […] It was a good night. I couldn’t ask for more than to play like I did and get the win.”


The 20-0 record “doesn’t even sound right,” said Curry, who became the first player since Michael Jordan in 1996 to have six 40-point outings in his first 20 games. “The NBA has so many great teams and great talents, to be able to put on a run like this, it’s special.