Michael Jordan had a knack for displaying greatness. It was in his DNA. When you look at his best performances in the NBA, some came in the most critical moments of the Finals, while others could have just been because it was Wednesday. Jordan wanted to win at all costs, which was the greatest attribute of his career.
Jordan’s scoring was a sight to see. He could do anything whenever he wanted on most nights. Scoring 40 points almost felt easy when he was on the floor. Looking back, Jordan had some special moments and we take a look at those right now. These are Jordan’s career-highs in points against every team.
Atlanta Hawks - 61 Points
Date: April 16, 1987
Stats: 61 Points, 10 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 4 Steals, 1 Block
As soon as the Hawks walked into the visiting locker room, Jordan walked into the locker room up to Randy Wittman and said a view choice words. It ended up being a long night for Wittman, who guarded Jordan as he made 22 of 38 shots from the field. It came on the heels of back-to-back 50-point outings against the Pacers and the Bucks. In the end, Dominique Wilkins had the biggest play of the night, which included the eventual go-ahead jumper with 11 seconds left. Wilkins still brings the game up to Jordan these days.
Boston Celtics - 63 Points
Date: April 20, 1986
Stats: 63 Points, 5 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 3 Steals, 2 Blocks
In the first round of the playoffs, Jordan scored his legendary 63 points in Game 2, which is the most points scored in a playoff game. Jordan’s effort came up short as the Celtics eventually swept the Bulls, but it gained the respect of Larry Bird, who had won his third straight league MVP. Bird said that Jordan was “God disguised as Michael Jordan.” The following year, Jordan became the second player, after Wilt Chamberlain, to score 3,000 points in a season.
Brooklyn Nets - 58 Points
Date: February 26, 1987
Stats: 58 Points, 8 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 2 Blocks
The same season that Jordan averaged 37.1 points per game, the Bulls dominated this matchup. The Bulls led by 21 points at halftime and the crowd was urging Jordan to push for 60 points. Jordan could have made it had he not been asked to leave the game with three minutes left. The highlight of the night came with Jordan making 19 consecutive free throws in the third quarter.
Charlotte Hornets - 52 Points
Date: March 11, 1993
Stats: 52 Points, 9 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 2 Steals, 1 Block
In 43 minutes of action, Jordan made 21 of 35 shots from the field. That also included making 8 of 9 shots at the free-throw line in a 123-108 win over the Hornets. The Bulls moved to 42-19 on the season, while the Hornets dropped to 32-28. To put into perspective how great Jordan played, Alonzo Mourning, Dell Curry, and Kendall Gill combined scored 56 points.
Chicago Bulls - 29 Points
Date: January 3, 2002
Stats: 29 Points, 7 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 0 Steals, 1 Block
Given that Jordan spent most of his career in Chicago, he didn’t have many opportunities to score on the team until later in his career. Jordan led the Wizards past the Bulls 89-83 despite a tough shooting night. Jordan made just 9 of 24 shots from the field with five turnovers. It was Jordan’s first game ever against Chicago and the Bulls dropped to 6-25 with the loss at the time.
Cleveland Cavaliers - 69 Points
Date: March 28, 1990
Stats: 69 Points, 18 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 4 Steals, 1 Block
After the game, Jordan was asked if he was tired and he said that he doesn’t think about being tired because “I wanted to win the game.” Jordan torched the Cavaliers and put on a show in from of 20,273 fans. Jordan dropped a career-high 69 points, which was the ninth-highest individual point total in NBA history at the time. He also grabbed 18 rebounds in 50 minutes of action. His quarter by quarter breakdown was 16 in the first, 15 in the second, 20 in the third, 10 in the fourth, and eight in overtime.
Dallas Mavericks - 43 Points
Date: April 7, 1990
Stats: 43 Points, 3 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 2 Steals, 1 Block
Jordan put up 43 points on 15 of 26 shooting from the field. He also shot 3 of 5 from the three-point line. It was a very close contest as the Bulls narrowly defeated the Mavericks 109-108. The Mavericks outscored the Bulls in 33-23 in the final quarter to make a rally but came up just short in the end.
Denver Nuggets - 52 Points
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Date: November 26, 1988
Stats: 52 Points, 11 Rebounds, 7 Assists, 1 Steal, 0 Blocks
Jordan had a brilliant shooting display from the floor. Jordan shot 70% from the field, making 19 of 27 shots taken. He also added 11 rebounds and seven assists in what could have been a magnificent triple-double had he dished out three more assists. Despite the strong effort from Jordan, the Bulls came up short 128-123.
Detroit Pistons - 61 Points
Date: March 3, 1987
Stats: 61 Points, 7 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 3 Blocks
Jordan scored 61 points against the Pistons in a regular season matchup that saw the Bulls come out on top 125-120. The Bulls were battling the Pistons for the best record in the East at the time. Jordan was able to beat his rival Isiah Thomas, and nearly double his point total as Thomas finished with 31 points himself. Jordan made 22 of 39 shots, as well as 17 of 18 at the free-throw line.
Golden State Warriors - 49 Points
Date: November 24, 1992
Stats: 49 Points, 5 Rebounds, 7 Assists, 1 Steal, 1 Block
The most points scored by Jordan was in 1992 at Golden State. Jordan shot 18 of 30 from the field, including 12 of 14 at the free-throw line. He also added five rebounds, seven assists, one steal, and one block in 44 minutes in the 101-92 win. Jordan was able to outduel Chris Mullin, who finished the game with 32 points, while Tim Hardaway added 29 points.
Houston Rockets - 45 Points
Date: January 18, 1998
Stats: 45 Points, 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Block
In a close 106-100 win over the Rockets, the Bulls used 45 points to push past 35 points scored by Charles Barkley. Jordan made 16 of his 29 shots, including 11 of 12 attempts at the free-throw line. Both teams were very efficient from the floor with both teams shooting over 50% from the field.
Indiana Pacers - 53 Points
Date: April 12, 1987
Stats: 53 Points, 4 Rebounds, 8 Assists, 4 Steals, 2 Blocks
Both the Pacers and the Bulls were fighting to get to .500. The Pacers were around 39-39, while the Bulls were 38-40. With a 116-95 win over the Pacers, the Bulls were able to get to one game below .500 on the season. The Bulls needed a big game from Jordan, who made 19 of 27 shots, as well as 15 of his 18 free throws. Jordan’s eight assists led the team in a night where the Bulls shot over 50% from the floor.
Los Angeles Clippers - 49 Points
Date: November 21, 1997
Stats: 49 Points, 5 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 1 Steal, 1 Block
Jordan’s best performance against the Clippers came on the heels of “The Last Dance.” Jordan was phenomenal despite playing into his mid-30s. By the end of the season, he won his fifth MVP. Jordan played 52 minutes and scored 49 points to lead the Bulls over the Clippers in double overtime which saw the game without Scottie Pippen in the lineup.
Los Angeles Lakers - 54 Points
Date: November 20, 1992
Stats: 54 Points, 13 Rebounds, 7 Assists, 1 Steal, 3 Blocks
Jordan’s jumper was unstoppable as was him going to the basket. It seemed like the only person who could truly guard him was himself. Jordan made the blooper reel when he recorded a steal and fumbled the ball out of bounds as he went up for a trademark dunk. Unfortunately, the night was ruined in overtime when the Lakers won 120-118.
Memphis Grizzlies - 33 Points
Date: December 18, 2002
Stats: 55 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals, 0 Blocks
Just one game after scoring a career-low two points at Toronto, Jordan scored season highs in back-to-back games, including a 33-point game against the Grizzlies. After the game, Jordan said that everyone looked at him like he was 50 years old after the Toronto game, which fired up his competitiveness. It was something that happened the previous season when he scored six points, ending a streak of 866 straight double-digit games, and followed it up with 51 and 45 points the next two games.
Miami Heat - 56 Points
Date: April 29, 1992
Stats: 56 Points, 5 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 4 Steals, 2 Blocks
The Heat took an 18-point lead and that was enough for Jordan to take over completely. Jordan scored zero points in the first 10 minutes of action, but then scored 56 points for the final parts of the game to help the Bulls clinch the first-round playoff sweep. Jordan’s point total tied the third-highest in playoff history. With the loss, the Heat fell to 0-17 against the Bulls at the time.
Milwaukee Bucks - 50 Points
Date: February 16, 1989
Stats: 50 Points, 8 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Blocks
The Bulls needed every point from his game-high 50 to barely beat the Bucks 117-116. Jordan scored 27 of his 50 points in the fourth quarter, including a 20-foot jumper with one second remaining on the clock. The Bulls were battling an identity crisis as the team owned the same 27-20 record through the first 47 games as last season. The team pushed past their internal problems to pick up a huge win on the season.
Minnesota Timberwolves - 45 Points
Date: November 8, 1989
Stats: 45 Points, 6 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals, 0 Blocks
The Bulls made quick work with the Timberwolves with a 96-84 win. Jordan scored 45 points with a perfect night at the free-throw line, where he made all 14 attempts. Jordan also made 15 of 24 shots. Jordan completely took over in this game, as the second-best scorer on the team was Stacey King with 13 points.
New York Knicks - 55 Points
Date: March 28, 1995
Stats: 55 Points, 9 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steal, 0 Blocks
Jordan’s best play of the game fooled the crowd and didn’t involve him shooting. Jordan scored 20 points in the first quarter, hitting 9 of 11 shots, but the Knicks held a 34-32 lead. The Knicks then built a 56-50 halftime lead, but Jordan added 15 more points in the second quarter. Jordan then had 49 points by the end of the third quarter with the two teams tied at 82. With the game tied 111-111, Jordan’s best play of the night wasn’t a basket, but a pass to Bill Wennington to give the Bulls a 113-111 advantage and eventual win.
New Orleans Pelicans - 45 Points
Date: February 1, 2003
Stats: 45 Points, 3 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 1 Steal, 1 Block
The Wizards were without key starters Jerry Stackhouse and Larry Hughes, so Jordan carried the team to a 109-104 win over New Orleans. Jordan said that the offense he provided ignited the others and it helped change the game. By the end of the night, Jordan played 44 minutes, which was his most all season. He had also turned 40 years old earlier in the month.
Oklahoma City Thunder - 45 Points
Date: February 2, 1997
Stats: 45 Points, 7 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 1 Steal, 0 Blocks
On a night where Jordan was the only player in double figures, the Bulls escaped Seattle with a 91-84 victory. Jordan made 19 of 28 shots from the field. At the free-throw line, it was a slow day but he made five of six shots. Gary Payton scored 24 points and tried to slow down Jordan, but he managed to put the team on his back. The second-leading scorer for the Bulls was Toni Kukoc with eight points.
Orlando Magic - 64 Points
Date: January 16, 1993
Stats: 64 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 5 Steals, 0 Blocks
Can you ever imagine scoring 64 points and losing? That is exactly how Jordan felt after the Bulls lost 128-124 in overtime to the Magic. Jordan did everything he could to get the Bulls a win. Out of the 107 team shots, Jordan took 49 of them and made 27. The second-leading scorer on the team was Scottie Pippen with 17, while Shaquille O’Neal finished with 29 points and 24 rebounds to lead Orlando.
Philadelphia 76ers - 56 Points
Date: March 24, 1987
Stats: 56 Points, 7 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 8 Steals, 0 Blocks
Jordan scored more than half of the Bullsregular-season points in a 93-91 victory over the 76ers. Jordan made 22 of 32 shots from the field, including 12 of 15 at the free-throw line. What sticks out the most was his defense, where he recorded eight steals. It was a great battle with Charles Barkley, who scored 17 points and added 25 rebounds, but it was Jordan that came out with the last laugh.
Phoenix Suns - 55 Points
Date: June 6, 1993
Stats: 55 Points, 8 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks
Jordan was playing out of his mind in this series, which included multiple 40-point efforts. The Bulls won the first two games of the Finals but lost the third game. Jordan knew the importance of the situation as he exploded for 55 points on 21 of 37 shooting with eight rebounds and four assists. The Bulls took the 3-1 lead and it helped the team clinch the 1993 championship in six games.
Portland Trail Blazers - 53 Points
Date: January 7, 1987
Stats: 53 Points, 4 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 3 Steals, 2 Blocks
Jordan made a mockery out of the defense in Portland. He registered 53 points to help his Bulls beat the Trail Blazers by four points. He attempted no shots from three-point range but made 20 of his 34 shots inside the arc. Jordan also made 13 of 16 shots at the free-throw line. At 23 years old, Jordan put the league on notice that he was a true superstar.
Sacramento Kings - 49 Points
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Date: February 19, 1988
Stats: 49 Points, 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 3 Blocks
Jordan probably didn’t need to score 49 points to take care of the Kings, but he did it anyway. The Bulls blew out the Kings 111-90 in regular-season action. Jordan made 19 of his 27 shots and did not take a three-point attempt. He also made 11 of 14 shots inside the arc. Overall, the Bulls were the better team as the Kings were treading towards being 20 games below .500.
San Antonio Spurs - 45 Points
Date: November 13, 1984
Stats: 45 Points, 10 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 3 Steals, 2 Blocks
In Jordan’s rookie season, he showed the world why he could eventually become a great player. The Bulls were 6-2 at the time and entered a home game against San Antonio. Jordan recorded the first 40-point game of his career and the Bulls snuck out a 120-117 win. Jordan added 10 rebounds to make it a double-double, while he also made 8 of 11 at the free-throw line.
Toronto Raptors - 38 Points
Date: November 7, 1995
Stats: 38 Points, 4 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 4 Steals, 0 Blocks
It was just the third game of the season when Jordan torched the Raptors for 38 points. For some reason, Jordan never played very well against Canadian teams, as you can see with his performance against the Grizzlies who were based in Vancouver at the time. However, Jordan scored 38 points twice against Toronto. His best all-around game came in the 1995-1996 season when he shot 13 of 19 from the field to lead Chicago to a nine-point victory.
Utah Jazz - 47 Points
Date: December 2, 1987
Stats: 47 Points, 4 Rebounds, 9 Assists, 3 Steals, 3 Blocks
Over 10 years later, Jordan nearly beat this record with 45 points in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals, but his younger days still proved true. Jordan scored 47 points by making 17 of 27 shots with 13 of 16 at the free-throw line. Playing Karl Malone was always a treat for Jordan as the two were longtime rivals. Jordan bested his 33 points and 14 rebounds with a better game to lead the Bulls to a 105-101 victory.
Washington Wizards - 57 Points
Date: December 23, 1992
Stats: 57 Points, 2 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Block
The Washington Bullets were a bad team that fell to 10 games below .500 with the loss. Meanwhile, the Bulls were chasing their third championship and improved to 17-7 with a 107-98 win. Jordan made 22 of his 37 shots, including one of his best outside shooting nights ever with 6 of 8 shooting from three-point range. Jordan made 7 of 8 free throws and finished the night with a double-double as he added 10 assists.
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What was Jordan's career high? ›
Michael Jordan dropped his most points in a game versus the Cavaliers on March 28, 1990, with 69 points.When did MJ score 69? ›
Michael Jordan dropped 69 points against the Cavaliers on March 28, 1990.How many points did MJ drop? ›
Jordan's 63 points remain the most scored in a single postseason contest in NBA history, and he did so at the age of 23. "I think he's God disguised as Michael Jordan," Larry Bird said at the time.How many 60 point games did Michael Jordan have? ›
Michael Jordan played 4 games with 60+ points.How many 40 point games Does Michael Jordan have? ›
Michael Jordan played in 173 games with 40+ points.When did MJ drop 63 points? ›
Bulls guard Michael Jordan sets an NBA playoffs record with 63 points against the Celtics. NBA.com takes a look back at the top moments that define the history of the NBA. On April 20, 1986, inside Boston Garden, Michael Jordan put on an unforgettable show.How many times did MJ score 50 points? ›
Michael Jordan ranks second with 31 50-point games, followed by Kobe Bryant (25), James Harden (23) and Elgin Baylor (17).How many times did MJ score less than 10? ›
Michael Jordan played in 13 games with fewer than 10 points in his career.How many 70 point games did Michael Jordan have? ›
Both Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant recorded five games in their careers of 60 points or more. Kobe recorded 81, 65, 62, 61 and 60 points in regular season games. Michael Jordan recorded 69, 64, 63 (in playoffs), 61 and 61.Did MJ win his 63 point game? ›
History was made at historic Boston Garden. By scoring 63 points Monday, the most ever in a National Basketball Association playoff game, Chicago's Michael Jordan broke records held by Elgin Baylor, Bob Cousy and Wilt Chamberlain.
How many 60 point games did LeBron James have? ›
LeBron James had 1 game played with 60+ points.Who has a 80 point game? ›
Kobe Bryant's 81-point game is almost as famous as Chamberlain's 100. It's the only other time in NBA history a player has scored 80 or more points in a game, and only one other player (Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns) has hit 70 points since then.
Legendary Moments In NBA History: Michael Jordan scores 69 points vs. Cleveland Cavaliers.How many players scored 70 points? ›
A 70-point game is a rarity. Only six players in the history of the league have scored 70 points or more, with Wilt Chamberlain accounting for six of the 11 total scoring outbursts.Who has the most 60 point games? ›
Only six players have scored 60 or more points on more than one occasion: Wilt Chamberlain (32 times), Kobe Bryant (6 times), Michael Jordan (5 times), Elgin Baylor (4 times), James Harden (4 times), and Damian Lillard (3 times).Who has the most 50 point games in NBA? ›
Wilt Chamberlain had the most games with 50+ points, with 118 games.How old was MJ in his last 50 point game? ›
All 13 seasons of Jordan's career he had incredible feats. The season prior he recorded his final 50-point game at 38 years of age, which is also the oldest anyone's ever been to reach 50 points.How many 20 point games Does Michael Jordan have? ›
Michael Jordan played in 926 games with 20+ points.Who dropped the most points on MJ? ›
Dominique Wilkins has dropped the most points in a game versus Michael Jordan, with 57 points on December 10, 1986.What is MJ career low in points? ›
Michael Jordan put up his fewest points in a game on December 15, 2002 and on April 2, 2002, with 2 points.
Who has more 50 point games MJ or LeBron? ›
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Jordan was also named the NBA's defensive player of the year in 1988. By any calculation, Jordan is the greatest scorer the league has ever seen. He won a record 10 scoring titles, and boasted a career average of 30.1 points per game, the most in NBA history. Jordan was also among the greatest winners in NBA history.Who has the most 30 point games in a row? ›
It marked Doncic's eighth straight game of 30-plus points to start the season, tying Wilt Chamberlain for the second-longest streak in NBA history. Doncic will need to be even better to have any shot at Chamberlain's record, which stands at an incredible 23 games set back in 1962-63.How many 30 point games did Michael Jordan have? ›
Michael Jordan produced an amazing all-time regular season record 563 games where he scored over 30 points.How many 40 point games has LeBron James had? ›
LeBron James has played in 69 games with 40+ points.Did MJ ever lose 3 games in a row? ›
Conversation. The Bulls lost the first 3 games of the 1991 season. Michael Jordan never had a 3-game losing streak in Chicago again. An incredible 626 games (including playoffs) without dropping 3 in a row.Who has the most 90 point games in NBA history? ›
Wilt Chamberlain had the most games with 90+ points, with 1 game.How many 35 point games did Jordan have in a row? ›
DeRozan became just the second player in Bulls history to record at least five straight 35-point games, joining Michael Jordan, who did so four times in his career, most recently in 1996.Who has a 60 point triple double? ›
James Harden had 1 triple-double when scoring 60+ points.Did Michael Jordan ever get swept in the first round? ›
Despite Jordan's skills, the Bulls were once again swept by the Celtics in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The Bulls made it to the playoffs three more times in a row before winning their first NBA championship in 1991, a feat the team repeated in 1992 and 1993.
Who has the most wins against Michael Jordan? ›
Bobby Jones tops the list going a perfect 6-0 against Michael. A fellow Tar Heel, Jones' resume features an NBA title in 1983, 11 all-defensive team appearances, sixth man of the year in 1983, five all-star appearances and all-NBA in 1976.How many 25 point games does MJ have? ›
Michael Jordan had 769 games played with 25+ points.Who scored 73 points in an NBA game? ›
Nuggets 360: David Thompson on scoring 73 points | NBA.com.Who is the fastest NBA player to 20000 points? ›
Wilt Chamberlain is No. 1 on this list -- he reached 20,000 points in just 499 games. It took Michael Jordan, the 2nd player on the list, 620 games to do so.Who is the fastest NBA player to 25000 points? ›
In terms of total games played, Durant is the seventh-fastest player to 25,000 points in his 922nd game. Only Wilt Chamberlain (691), Michael Jordan (782), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (889), LeBron James (915), Oscar Robertson (917), and Jerry West (920) got there faster.What was Michael Jordan's greatest year? ›
1: 1990-1991. Michael Jordan's first championship season was by far his best as a Chicago Bull. During the regular season, MJ led the league by scoring 31.5 points a night. He also had six boards, 5.5 assists, 2.7 steals while shooting a career-high 53.9 percent from the field.What's LeBron James Career-high? ›
James' career-best had been 56 points, set on March 20, 2005, for Cleveland against Toronto.What was Jordan's average at 35? ›
Michael Jordan has scored the most career points per game by a 35-year-old player, with 28.8 per game.What is Stephen Curry's career-high? ›
Allow me to re-introduce myself. Stephen Curry reminded everyone of his otherworldly ability, recording a career-high 62 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 137-122 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.Who is the greatest Jordan or LeBron? ›
Michael Jordan has 6 championships as opposed to Lebron James' 4 championships. Jordan has 6 final MVPs while LeBron has 4. MJ has 10 scoring titles to Lebron's 1 scoring title.
What was Jordan's best record? ›
Owns a career win-loss regular season record of 706-366 (. 659 winning percentage) and was 639-291 (. 687 winning percentage) with the Chicago Bulls. Won six NBA championships (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997 and 1998) with the Chicago Bulls.What was Michael Jordan's best stats? ›
1995-96: 30.4 Points Per Game
For all the doubters out there—Jordan led the league in scoring, shot 50 percent from the field and 42.7 percent from three-point range. Wow! Jordan also added 6.6 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 2.2 steals. Jordan was named NBA MVP as he led his team to the greatest record in NBA history.
Michael Jordan ranks second with 31 50-point games, followed by Kobe Bryant (25), James Harden (23) and Elgin Baylor (17). Among active players, LeBron James is the closest to cracking the top five. He currently ranks sixth all-time with 14 50-point games in his career.When did LeBron drop 61 points? ›
On March 3, 2014, LeBron James had the highest scoring game of his NBA career. In a 127-104 win over the Charlotte Bobcats, James led the Miami Heat with 61 points on 22-for-33 shooting from the field, 8-for-10 from 3-point range and 9-for-12 from the free throw line.How old was MJ in his last 50-point game? ›
All 13 seasons of Jordan's career he had incredible feats. The season prior he recorded his final 50-point game at 38 years of age, which is also the oldest anyone's ever been to reach 50 points.Did MJ ever average 40? ›
For his career, Michael Jordan averaged 30.1 points per game. But there have been five playoff series where MJ averaged more than 40 points per game. That's right, 40! Below, we look at the five series where MJ was shooting lights out and averaged more than 40 points per game.How many times did Jordan drop 50? ›
Jordan has 31 50-point games to his name in 1,072 career regular-season games.How many 60 point games does Steph Curry have? ›
Stephen Curry had 1 game played with 60+ points.How many 50 point games does Steph Curry have? ›
Stephen Curry has 11 games played with 50+ points.Who has the most 3s before Curry? ›
- Stephen Curry. 2,977. 789.
- Ray Allen. 2,973. 1,300.
- Reggie Miller.