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Only six players in NBA history have ever finished a season shooting at least 50 percent from the field, at least 40 percent from the 3-point line, and at least 90 percent from the free throw line.
The list: Larry Bird ('87 and '88), Mark Price ('89), Reggie Miller ('94), Steve Nash ('06, '08-'10), Dirk Nowitzki ('07), and Kevin Durant ('13).
Through 42 games this year, Stephen Curry is currently shooting .494 percent from the field, .396 from beyond the arc and .920 from the charity stripe.
"That's something I've been kind of eyeing on in my career," Curry said on KNBR 680-AM Monday afternoon. "Right there I think, but as you go through the season, you try to just take the shots you're supposed to take, have confidence in making them. Like you said, getting in the paint and getting closer to the basket, putting pressure on the defense that way, you become more efficient and consistent night in and night out, and don't have too many bad shooting nights.
"So hopefully I can get that done. It would be a nice accomplishment, as a shooter, to be on that list."
In 2012-13, Curry shot exactly .900 from the free throw line and .453 from 3-point territory, but he shot .451 percent overall.
In 2013-14, Curry shot .424 percent from deep, but .471 percent overall and .885 from the free throw line.
In 1995-96, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr shot .506 percent from the field, .515 percent from deep (he made 122) and .929 from the free throw line, but failed to make enough overall shots (made 244) and free throws (made 78).
To qualify, players must make a minimum of 300 field goals, 55 3-pointers and 125 free throws.
Of the players who accomplished the feat, only Nash (in '06) and Nowitzki took home league MVP honors that same season.
Curry is widely considered the front-runner for MVP.
Atlanta's Kyle Korver is shooting .516 overall (with 181 made field goals), .531 percent from beyond the arc (with 135 made 3's), and .923 percent from the free throw line (with 72 makes).
There are no members of the "50-50-90 club."