How many rings does Stephen Curry have?

Stephen Curry NBA championships

Stephen Curry, who is also known as Steph Curry or “the baby faced assassin” is one of the topmost athletes to grace the NBA hardwood in this current generation. He is one of the only individuals to have revolutionized the game and is unarguably considered as the greatest shooter of all time.

Since being drafted into the league in 2009, Curry has remained loyal to the Golden State Warriors. He is a four-time NBA champion, a one-time Finals MVP, and a two-time regular season MVP. In this article, we will get into further detail about the four chips won by Curry during his 13 seasons playing in the league.

2015 NBA championship

Stephen Curry won his first NBA championship and ring in 2015 after starting the season with a phenomenal 24-0 win streak. The Golden State Warriors were by far the best team in that regular season, having lost just 9 games. This record became the best-season performance by any franchise in the NBA history.

In 2015, the Warriors and Stephen Curry defeated LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-2 in the series. Though Curry could not win the Finals MVP that season, he made a significant achievement being chosen as the league’s first unanimous MVP. This championship also added to the credibility of first-time coach and Chicago Bulls legend, Steve Kerr, who led the team through their 2014-15 campaign.

2017 NBA championship

Once again, Curry and the Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, in yet another enthralling Finals series. Having lost the 2016 Finals Series to LeBron James, Curry and his team came back the next year to seek redemption. With Kevin Durant newly being added to the roster, the Warriors were the favorites to win the NBA title that season. The post-season saw the team not stutter at all, with the Warriors finishing with a record of 16-1.

In the Finals series, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1 to clinch another title and the second ring for Stephen Curry.

2018 NBA Championship

The Finals saga between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers continued into the 2018 NBA Finals as well. Though the Warriors did face stutter against the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, Kawhi Leonard’s injury proved as a major boost for the Warriors to pass through.

Once again, Stephen Curry’s Dubs Nation swept LeBron James and the Cavs 4-0 in the Finals series

2022 NBA Championship

With three championship rings and no Finals MVP in hand, the fans had started to ridicule Stephen Curry’s prowess as a player. Despite several odds against their favor, the Warriors overcame all adversaries to defeat a defensively powerful Boston Celtics in the 2022 NBA Finals series. Steph Curry and co. came back from 2-1 down to wrap the series in six games.

Stephen Curry is still vying to add more rings to his trophy cabinet in the upcoming seasons of the NBA. The Warriors recently added star point guard Chris Paul to their team, who is expected to soon play alongside Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson. With such firepower in the team, it wouldn’t be easy to dismiss the Warriors off the title contention race in the upcoming 2023-24 season.