Steph earns eighth All-NBA honor, named to Second Team


Steph Curry, at age 34 and in his 13th season in the NBA, is still one of the elite players in the league.

That was affirmed on Tuesday when Curry was named to the All-NBA Second Team, his eighth career All-NBA honor.

Curry averaged 25.5 points, 6.3 assists and 5.2 rebounds in 64 regular-season games, shooting 38 percent from 3-point range and leading the Warriors to the third seed in the Western Conference. 

Curry received nine First Team votes, 69 Second Team votes and 22 Third Team votes from the media for 274 total points. Joining Curry on the All-NBA Second Team were DeMar DeRozan (Chicago Bulls), Kevin Durant (Brooklyn Nets), Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers) and Ja Morant (Memphis Grizzlies). 

First Team votes counted for five points, Second Team votes were three points and Third Team votes were worth one point.

The First Team consisted of Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks), Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks), Nikola Jokic (Denver Nuggets), Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) and Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics). It was the first time since the 1954-55 season that the All-NBA First Team was made of players all aged 27 or younger.

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For All-NBA guards, Curry finished behind Morant’s 301 points, Booker’s 460 points and Dončić's 476 points. Chris Paul (Phoenix Suns) and Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) were the two guards named to the All-NBA Third Team. 

Curry also made the Second Team in 2014 and 2017. He was named to the First Team in 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2021, and the Third Team in 2018.

At his current pace, Curry is far from done from making more All-NBA teams.

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