Stephen Curry's 2015-16 will go down as one of the greatest offensive seasons in history even though it ended with the Golden State Warriors' equally historic NBA Finals loss.
Curry led the league in scoring with 30.1 ppg; became the seventh player in league history to shoot 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from the three-point arc, and 90 percent from the line; and shattered his own mark for three-pointers in a single season with 402.
However, according to head coach Steve Kerr, it's improbable for Curry to achieve such numbers this season as well. Obtaining Kevin Durant, a fourth All-NBA player and the league's most recent non-Curry MVP, is a good enough reason to expect that three-pointer total to go down.
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