Coming off a season for which he was voted the MVP, Steph Curry has been even better so far in 2015-16. Here is a by-the-numbers look at the Warriors guard:
1: Number of games he has led the Warriors in rebounding.
2.4: Average steals per game, third in the NBA.
4: Number of games in which he has scored at least 40 points before sitting out the fourth quarter.
5: Quarters in which he has scored at least 20 points. The league-high last season was four, achieved by Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook.
6: Games in which he has scored at least 40 points. In 80 games last season, Curry reached that total three times.
8: Number of games Curry has either led or tied for the team high in assists.
18: Number of games in which Curry has led the Warriors in scoring.
24: Consecutive points to punctuate a third-quarter rally at Charlotte Wednesday.
28: Total points in that third quarter, tying a career-high set Oct. 31 at New Orleans.
32.0: His scoring average through 20 games, tops in the NBA.
45.9: His shooting percentage beyond the 3-point arc, tops in the NBA among those with more than 100 attempts and eighth overall.
93: Number of consecutive games in which he has made at least one 3-pointer.
94.3: His shooting percentage from the free throw line, tops in the NBA.
102: Number of 3-point shots made through 20 games, on pace for 418. The record, established last season by Curry, is 286.