The Golden St. Warriors have been one of the more pleasant surprises during the first half of the 2012-2013 NBA season, and guard Stephen Curry is one of the main reasons why.

The fourth-year guard out of Davidson leads the team in points, at 20.7 per game, and assists, at 6.6 per game, while averaging a team-high 38.1 minutes played.

After finishing 23-43 a season ago, which was only good enough for 13th in the Western conference, the Warriors are off to a surprising 25-15 start this season, good enough for fifth in the conference.

The Warriors haven't won an NBA title since 1975, and haven't even won a division title since 1976, but Curry, along with talented teammates such as David Lee and Klay Thompson, may be helping them change that in the near future.

Here, Curry delivers a sensational bounce pass to Jarrett Jack in the Warriors' 106-99 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night.