Golden State Warriors Steph Curry has surpassed the Hall of Famer, Reggie Miller for the second-most career three-pointers ever made.
According to Hypebeast, Reggie Miller made 2,560 three-pointers in 1,389 regular-season games. Curry surpassed that record early in his 715th game against the Utah Jazz. Miller made history in his 18 year NBA career but Curry is only in his 12th year. Ray Allen still holds first place with 2,973 career threes, which is 400 more than Curry’s 2,561 counts.
Coach Steve Kerr drew comparisons between Curry and Allen saying, “Steph and Ray in my mind are the two greatest ever in terms of the diversity of their 3-point shots, which is why they’re going to be atop that list. The ability to shoot it in so many different ways is just an incredible threat for defenses to have to deal with.”
It is predicted that Curry will surpass Allen in the second half of the 2021-2022 season.
Stephen Curry drives, kicks and relocates for his 2,561st career made 3-pointer, passing Reggie Miller for 2nd all-time!— NBA (@NBA) January 24, 2021
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