Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry passes Ray Allen as NBA’s all

Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry passes Ray Allen as the NBA’s all-time 3 point leader with career total of 2,973.

The “steph curry 3 pointers made” is a record that was set by Stephen Curry. He passed Ray Allen as the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-pointers.

NEW YORK (WABC) — Stephen Curry is the NBA’s new 3-point champ.

The Golden State Warriors star guard passed Hall of Famer Ray Allen for the all-time lead in 3-pointers Tuesday night against the New York Knicks, sinking his 2,974th 3-pointer of his career.

Curry hit a 28-foot shot from the right wing off a feed from Andrew Wiggins with 7 minutes, 33 seconds remaining in the first quarter to set the record. Curry was fouled and the Warriors took a timeout so he could savor the occasion.

As teammates rushed to the court to celebrate Curry, he was greeted with a strong embrace from teammate Draymond Green. As the Madison Square Garden audience gave him a resounding standing ovation, he grabbed the ball in his arm and presented it to his father, Dell, on the floor. A few seconds later, Curry returned to center court for an embrace and congratulations from Allen.


With 2,974 three-pointers made and counting, he currently owns the record for most three-pointers made in history. (via @NBA)

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In a statement published during Tuesday night’s game, NBA commissioner Adam Silver thanked Curry.

In a statement, Silver said, “It was exciting to witness Steph smash the NBA’s all-time record for three-pointers.” “He has changed the way the game is played and continues to wow fans with his incredible creativity and shooting prowess. We congratulate him on this momentous accomplishment.”

Over the last several weeks, Curry has sought to divert criticism of the coming record by emphasizing how important the mark is to him. Those close to him say they are aware of his accomplishments and are proud of him.

Dell Curry recently told ESPN, “I can’t describe it.” “And I’ve played with and against Ray, and I’ve played against Reggie [Miller], so I know how good shooters those guys were, but knowing my son’s going to leave the game as the greatest — he’s already the best shooter ever to play, with that record, it’s fantastic.”

Curry’s record-breaking performance was seen by Allen and Miller, who were both announcing the game for Turner Sports. Before the game, the three exchanged a few words and a group embrace, relishing the anticipation of the eventual historical occasion.

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“I think people have compared him to myself and Reggie and other prior shooters, great shooters in the NBA, but he truly plays in his own lane,” Allen recently told Warriors beat reporters on a conference call.

Curry is the most “joyous” athlete he has ever seen, according to Warriors coach Steve Kerr earlier this season. While Curry’s brilliance has helped the Warriors win three NBA titles, players and coaches value his presence and leadership behind the scenes as much as anything else he does.

Kerr stated, “What he’s done has utterly redefined what a decent shot is.” “In terms of what is anticipated, the point guard position has been redefined. You can picture a whole generation of young players enjoying the game as Steph does, with shooting range and handling, as well as all types of talent and fun. It’s incredible how much of a strategic and creative influence he’s had on the game.”

Curry, 33, is a favorite to earn his third MVP title in his career this season. He’s hit a 3-pointer in 152 straight games, dating back to December 1, 2018. Only his 157 games with at least one 3-pointer from November 13, 2014 to November 3, 2016, are longer.

Curry and Kerr both said after Monday’s 102-100 win over the Indiana Pacers that there would be a sense of “relief” when Curry finally broke Allen’s record, but Curry knew the weight of the record would eventually cause him to become emotional about his latest career achievement, no matter how much he tried to enjoy the moment.

When asked what it would mean, Curry said last week, “I’ll speak about it when it occurs.” “You’re going to make me weep up here, dude,” says the narrator.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Did Curry pass Ray Allen?

How many more 3s does Curry need to pass Ray Allen?

A: There are two more 3s to pass Ray Allen.

Who has more 3s curry or Ray Allen?

A: Ray Allen has more 3s than curry. Curry has never led the NBA in 3-point percentage.

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