Curry makes history, Warriors beat Nuggets 116-107
Curry scores 53, passes Wilt Chamberlain to become franchise scoring leader with 17,818 total points
Stephen Curry scored 53 points to become franchise scoring leader in Golden State Warriors' 116-107 win against the Denver Nuggets late Monday.
Warriors' superstar and the two-time MVP has passed NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain who hold the record since 1964 with 17,783 points. Curry now has 17,818 points.
In addition to 33-year-old Curry's impressive form, Draymond Green finished with 18 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists, Andrew Wiggins dropped 17 points and Kent Bazemore scored 14 for the Warriors.
Nuggets All-Star center Nikola Jokic posted a double-double with 27 points, 12 rebounds, and eight assists.
Michael Porter Jr. played with 24 points and nine rebounds.
The Warriors improved to a 26-28 win/loss record while the Nuggets suffered their 20th defeat in the Western Conference.
New York Knicks - Los Angeles Lakers: 111-96
Dallas Mavericks - Philadelphia 76ers: 95-113
Orlando Magic - San Antonio Spurs: 97-120
Memphis Grizzlies - Chicago Bulls: 101-90
New Orleans Pelicans - Sacramento Kings: 117-110
Utah Jazz - Washington Wizards: 121-125
Golden State Warriors - Denver Nuggets: 116-107
Phoenix Suns - Houston Rockets: 126-120
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