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Stephen Curry or LeBron James

Basketball Stats Comparison


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Player Statistics Comparison
  Stephen Curry
G - GSW
Stephen Curry
LeBron James
F - LAL
LeBron James
2023 Stats 
   
   
Minutes1,7361,745
   
Field Goals Made474469
   
Field Goals Att1,027899
   
Field Goals %.462.522
   
Three Points Made261106
   
Three Points Att623266
   
Three Points %.419.399
   
Free Throws Made239202
   
Free Throws Att259272
   
Free Throws %.923.743
   
Offensive Rebound2444
   
Rebounds222358
   
Assists265389
   
Turnovers157161
   
Steals4463
   
Blocks2029
   
Points1,4481,246
   
Player Projections Comparison
  Stephen Curry
G - GSW
Stephen Curry
LeBron James
F - LAL
LeBron James
2023 Projections 
   
   
Minutes35.335.4
   
Field Goals Made9.510.1
   
Field Goals Att20.320.3
   
Field Goals %.470.501
   
Three Points Made4.92.5
   
Three Points Att12.27.4
   
Three Points %.406.339
   
Free Throws Made4.84.4
   
Free Throws Att5.25.8
   
Free Throws %.922.759
   
Offensive Rebound0.00.0
   
Rebounds5.38.1
   
Assists6.16.6
   
Turnovers3.02.9
   
Steals1.01.0
   
Blocks0.30.7
   
Points28.827.2
   
Notes for Player Combination
  Stephen Curry
G - GSW
Stephen Curry
LeBron James
F - LAL
LeBron James
News 
 Stephen Curry led the Warriors offense Friday night, scoring 15 points (5-14 FG, 3-11 3PT, 2-2 FT) while also dishing out five assists, recording one steal, and grabbing two rebounds in a 97-84 win over the Hornets.
Chris Schommer
Sat, Feb 24th
LeBron James is questionable for Sunday's game against the Suns.
Ari Koslow
Sat, Feb 24th
 Stephen Curry dropped 32 points (12-24 FG, 6-13 3PT, 2-2 FT) to go with eight assists and three steals in Thursday night's 128-110 win over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Leo Sells
Fri, Feb 23rd
LeBron James flirted with a triple-double for the Lakers Friday night, dishing out nine assists, grabbing seven rebounds, and scoring a team-high 30 points (13-22 FG, 2-3 3PT, 2-2 FT) while also recording one steal in a 123-118 win over the Spurs.
Chris Schommer
Sat, Feb 24th
 Stephen Curry put up 25 points (9-19 FG, 7-16 3PT) to go with ten assists, six rebounds, and three steals in Monday night's 129-107 win over the Utah Jazz.
Leo Sells
Tue, Feb 13th
LeBron James is listed probable for Friday's game against the Spurs.
Ari Koslow
Fri, Feb 23rd
 Stephen Curry scored 42 points (15-22 FG, 11-16 3P, 1-2 FT) with two rebounds, two assists, and a block in the Warriors' 131-109 win over the Pacers on Thursday.
Garrett Ball
Thu, Feb 8th
LeBron James (ankle) has been ruled out by the Los Angeles Lakers ahead of their matchup against the Golden State Warriors Thursday.
Chris Schommer
Wed, Feb 21st
 Stephen Curry led the Warriors offense Saturday night, exploding for 60 points (22-38 FG, 10-23 3PT, 6-6 FT) while also grabbing six rebounds, blocking one shot, and dishing out four assists in a 141-134 loss to the Hawks.
Chris Schommer
Sun, Feb 4th
LeBron James said he won't play on Wednesday against the Jazz.
Ari Koslow
Wed, Feb 14th
Notes 
 Stephen Curry can shoot a basketball pretty well, in case you haven't heard. He continued to do so even when he reached an age where mere mortals begin to decline. As he heads into his age-35 season, his 29.4 PPG, 6.3 APG, and 6.1 RPG will never make you regret drafting him. What may cause regret is the thing no one can escape. Injuries have begun to derail his fantasy contribution simply because there is less of it. He hasn't played over 70 games since 2017-2018, and he projects to land somewhere in the mid-60s again this season. No one will blame you for taking him in the first round, but no one can blame anyone for waiting until the second for the injury discount. He's still Stephen Curry, though. Take him when you'd like to and enjoy.
Kelly Kirby - FantasyPros
King James is now 38 years old, and the only two hints at his age are injury and that he was around long enough to become the NBA's all-time leading scorer in February 2023. At this point in his career, he should begin slowing down, but that isn't a bet I'd necessarily make with any confidence. The Lakers will for sure manage his workload, and it would be surprising if he surpassed 60 regular-season games. Those are the knocks against drafting him. The positives are that even with a nagging foot injury last season, he still averaged 28.9/8.3/6.8 and shot 50% from the floor. One of LeBron's strengths has always been to figure out what the team needs and fill that role. With Anthony Davis still kicking and new teammates like Gabe Vincent and Cam Reddish, LeBron's role will be whatever it needs to be. He will be a consistent fantasy contributor in the games he plays; his value is more of a late second-rounder, and the only real trick is to not overpay for the name or think he will provide young LeBron numbers. The beauty of it is that he doesn't have to in order to still be useful.
Kelly Kirby - FantasyPros