DeCourcy: Davidson graduate Michael Kruse, author of the new book, Taking The Shot: The Davidson Basketball Moment, has done some calculating and determined Wildcats All-American Stephen Curry could become the NCAA’s all-time scoring champ if he completes four seasons. After Davidson’s game against Purdue, Curry has 1,961 career points and at least 22 games left this year (including a minimum of one Southern Conference tournament game and one postseason game). Kruse points out that if Curry could play 60 more games for the Wildcats and average 30 points, he would blow past Pete Maravich’s career total of 3,667 points. Following a tough day Saturday against the Boilermakers, Curry is averaging exactly 30 -- and that’s including that gimmicky zero-point night against Loyola (Md.).

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