Steph Curry made NBA history during Thursday’s game.

On Thursday evening, the Golden State Warriors hosted Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

The Warriors won by a score of 128-110.

Steph Curry finished his night with 32 points, one rebound, eight assists and three steals while shooting 12/24 from the field and 6/13 from the three-point range in 32 minutes of playing time.

During the game, the two-time MVP made NBA history by becoming the 41st player to record 6,000 career assists.

Via The Golden State Warriors: “The first player in franchise history to reach 6,000 career regular-season assists”

Curry needs 26 assists to pass Baron Davis (6,025) for for 40th on the all-time assists .

He is also on the verge of more NBA history, as he is only five points away from moving ahead of Hall of Famer Elgin Baylor (23,149) for 33rd on the all-time scoring list.

The ten-time NBA All-Star is in the middle of another incredible season with averages of 28.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.1 assists per contest while shooting 46.3% from the field and 42.2% from the three-point range in 51 games.

He is still playing at an MVP level despite the fact that he will turn 36 next month.

With the victory, the Warriors improved to 28-26 in 54 games, which has them as the tenth seed in the Western Conference.

They are 7-1 over their last eight games and will now host the Charlotte Hornets on Friday evening at the Chase Center.

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