There was a period when Warriors fans would anxiously await Stephen Curry's return whenever he took a break on the bench.

Just past the midpoint of his rookie NBA season, Brandin Podziemski has offered the solution that Warriors fans have been anticipating.

Podziemski contributed another impressive performance to his already spectacular season by tallying 12 points, seven rebounds, and a remarkable 14 assists in the Warriors' 121-101 victory against the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night at FedExForum. Notably, he did not commit a single turnover throughout the game.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Podziemski becomes the first rookie in Warriors history to achieve 14 assists without a turnover in a game since 1977-78, when turnovers were first recorded.

The former franchise record for most assists without a turnover by a rookie was 13, set by Vonteego Cummings against the Clippers on Dec. 22, 1999.

Only five other rookies in NBA history have achieved a 14-assist-zero turnover game: Ben Simmons, who accomplished it most recently in 2018, along with Kendall Marshall, Kevin Johnson, and Mark Jackson.

It's a rare occurrence even among seasoned veterans.

The most recent player to achieve those milestones was Tyus Jones of Washington, who accomplished it in January.

Tyus Jones of Washington was the latest to reach those achievements when he did so on January 25 against the Utah Jazz. Indiana standout Tyrese Haliburton has accomplished this feat five times during the 2023-24 season.

Denver Nuggets standout and NBA MVP contender Nikola Jokic has achieved this feat twice this season.