Steph Curry first to reach NBA playoffs feat since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Drew Shiller

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Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Saturday afternoon at 4:30, streaming live on the MyTeams app.

Steph Curry has been incredible so far in the Western Conference finals against the Trail Blazers:
Game 1 = 36 points, seven assists, six rebounds
Game 2 = 37 points, eight assists, eight rebounds

As a result, this is now a fact:

That's some pretty exclusive company for the Warriors star.

In 1970, here's how Kareem performed in the first two games against the Knicks:
Game 1 = 35 points, ?? rebounds, ?? assists
Game 2 = 38 points, 23 rebounds, 11 assists

The good folks over at basketball-reference.com only have the rebound and assist totals from Game 2 of that series.

Here's another statistic for you:

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And in case you were wondering: In Game 3 at Portland on Saturday night, Curry is looking to score 30-plus points in his fourth consecutive playoff game for the first time since 2015 (Game 6 at Memphis and the first three games of the West finals against the Rockets).

Lastly, if you're looking for something to do on a Friday night, listen to the Warriors Outsiders Podcast for a breakdown of Golden State's Game 2 win.

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