If you haven't heard by now, Golden State guard Stephen Curry, 24, scored 54 points Wednesday night against the Knicks at the Garden.
Curry's father, Dell, was an NBA sharpshooter for 16 seasons -- and six current Knicks played against him.
Dell Curry spent his rookie season with Utah in 1986-87. He retired after the 2001-02 season, as a member of the Toronto Raptors. His career also overlapped with those of Knicks coach Mike Woodson and assistants Darrell Walker and Herb Williams.
Jason Kidd, 39: Curry was with Charlotte, in his ninth season, during Kidd's rookie year with Dallas. Kidd was with New Jersey when Curry retired.
Kurt Thomas, 40: Curry was with Charlotte, in his 10th NBA season, during Thomas' rookie year in Miami. Thomas was in his first stint with the Knicks when Curry retired.
Rasheed Wallace, 38: Curry was with Charlotte, in his 10th NBA season, during Wallace's rookie year with Washington. Wallace was with Portland when Curry retired.
Marcus Camby, 38: Curry was with Charlotte, in his 11th NBA season, during Camby's rookie year with Toronto. Camby was in his first stint with the Knicks when Curry retired.
Kenyon Martin, 35: Curry was with Toronto, in his 15th NBA season, during Martin's rookie year with New Jersey. Curry retired after the following season.
Tyson Chandler, 30: Curry was with Toronto, in his final NBA season, during Chandler's rookie year with Chicago.