Stephen Curry talks to KTVU

OAKLAND (KTVU) -- The world's greatest shooter AKA Stephen Curry is currently one of professional sports' biggest and most popular players and he has a lot to say about his life, the game and his team.

Curry, 27, was last year's Most Valuable Player while helping lead the Warriors to the NBA championship. And Curry is charting new territory: He has shattered the NBA record for most consecutive games with at least one 3-pointer, as well as the record for most 3-pointers made in a season. 

In an interview with KTVU's Mark Ibanez, Curry says he is grateful for his life and his accomplishments.

"It's been a learning experience for sure," he said. "It's a lot going on, the schedule is pretty crazy, I've been playing 82 games and have practice every day.  I have two young daughters and a wife who I want to try and spend as much time with.

"The stage and platform I have has been such a blessing," Curry said "I want to use it as best I can."


And his achievements keep coming.

Curry's Warriors have reached a milestone that only Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls have achieved in the history of the NBA.
 
All that's left for Golden State to do now is win three more games and become the winningest team of them all.
 
Curry scored 27 points and the Warriors became the second team to win 70 games in a season by beating the San Antonio Spurs 112-101 on Thursday night, wrapping up home-court advantage throughout the playoffs.

 

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