After leading the Warriors to a record-breaking 73-9 season, Curry was the first player in NBA history to be voted the MVP by a unanimous decision
After taking a 3-1 lead in the series, Curry and the Warriors were shockingly defeated by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals
Led Warriors to the 2015 NBA championship
Landed first appointment to NBA All-Star team
Set NBA record for three-pointes in a regular season with 272
Made NBA All-Rookie Team in first year of professional play
Signed with Golden State Warriors
Named Division 1 scoring champion at Davidson College
Chose to wear No. 30, which was also his father's number while playing for the Hornets.
Donated three insectide-treatement mosquito nets to the United Nations Foundations' Nothing But Nets campaign for every three-pointer he made during the 2012-2013 season.
Wore the name of Deah Shaddy Barakat, one of the victims of the 2014 Chapel Hill church shooting, on his sneakers during the 2015 season.
His "Curry One" brand of sneakers bears the numbers 4:13 on one lace. It referenced the Bible passage in Philppians 4:13 ("I can do this through him who gives me strength").
With teammate Klay Thompson, he was one-half of the "Splash Brothers," so nicknamed for their combined records in three-point shots.