Stephen Curry Named To All-NBA Second Team!

Stephen Curry

The NBA announced today that Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry had earned his eighth All-NBA Team selection. It’s Curry’s third Second Team honor (First Team four times, Third Team once).

Curry has been named to the NBA’s eighth All-Star Team, the NBA announced today. Curry has been selected for the Second Team three times (First Team four times, Third Team once). Curry became the NBA’s all-time 3-point leader by passing Ray Allen (2,973). In the history of the NBA, he became the fourth player to win a franchise’s all-time points, assists, 3-pointers, steals, and games. He also was named NBA Western Conference Player of the Month and Western Conference Player of the Week for October and November, as well as the league’s 2022 NBA All-Star Game Kobe Bryant MVP.

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