One Nike Employee Cost The Company Billions By Making A Simple Mistake With Stephen Curry

Since signing with Under Armour, Curry has proved himself to be a real superstar. He has made 4 straight all-star teams starting from the 2013 season, he was named the league MVP two years in a row. He has made the NBA Finals three years in a row, winning the championship in 2015 and last year over LeBron James and the Cavaliers.

Curry has several NBA records including three pointers made in one season with 402. The next closest is 324, and guess who made those? Yup, Stephen Curry. The record for three pointers made in one game, 13, also belongs to Curry. And to top it off, he is also the all-time leader in 3-point field goal percentage in NBA history at 44%.

He has led the league in 3-pointers made since 2012-2013 and has set the single season record four times within that span.
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