3. Lethal Three Point Shooting
One thing that makes Curry stand out from other shooting guards is his ability to shoot the ball. During his first season with Dallas, he attempted 703 field goals, with 321 shots from the three-point line. That year, he knocked in 42.5 percent of his attempted threes.
Fast forward to two seasons later, and he was shooting 45.2 percent from behind the arc. For his career, he is a 43.5 percent three-point shooter from three. His best season came two years ago with Brooklyn when he shot 46.8 percent from three. Since 2015, he has shot 40 percent or better from behind the arc.
The last time Dallas fans saw Curry in a Mavs uniform was in the 2020 NBA playoffs. In that series against the Los Angeles Clippers, he knocked in 47.6 percent of his threes. His best performance came in Game 3, where he made 100 percent of his attempts, going 4-4.
Currently, Curry ranks sixth all-time in career three-point percentage. His numbers also have him sitting with the third-best three-point percentage among active players. Last season, he shot 40.5 percent from the three-point line. That number was higher than anyone on the Mavs' roster last season. Only Jaden Hardy and Josh Green came close with 40.4 and 40.2 averages.
Its no question Mavs fan will fall in love with his outside shooting all over again.