Soon, Steph Curry will hold almost all important records in the franchise history of the Warriors.
But in some categories, Curry is still chasing some franchise idols, such as shooting goals.
On Friday night, Curry scored his 6,000th career regular-season field goal percentage in his first match against the Charlotte Hornets at the Chase Center.
Despite having 6,000 employees, Curry has the most franchise history and still lags behind Chris Mullin (6,150), Rick Barry (6,466) and Wilt Chamberlain (7,216).
On Friday, Curry scored 13 points 9-5 in the first half, helping the Warriors lead the Hornets 66-51 into the half.
When the Warriors won 130-121, he scored 29 points.
It only takes more than 1,200 shots to pass Chamberlain, provided that Curry stays healthy and he should get there early in the 2021-22 NBA season.
For most career points and assists, Curry will also close franchise records. In the next few weeks, he should surpass Chamberlain (17,783) and Guy Rogers (4,855).
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Murlin has a franchise record for most steals (1,360), and Curry (1,244) may reach this level in the next one or two seasons.
Having said everything, Curry will have all the records, become the greatest player, and put on the Warriors jersey.
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