Steph Curry Becomes All-Time Leader in Three-Pointers Made

Steph Curry Three Point Record

Golden State Warriors’ star Stephen Curry broke the NBA record for three-point field goals made in his team’s 119-93 win over the Chicago Bulls Friday night.

The record was previously held by Hall of Famer Ray Allen at 3,358.

With nine three-pointers on Friday night, Curry moved to 3,366.

Curry’s rapid ascent to the top of the three-point chart is emblematic of two things: his exceptional skill and a league-wide change to more long-range shooting.

Through 13 seasons in the league, Curry has shot a staggering 43% on threes while shooting 8.7 per-game.

This season, Curry is taking more threes than ever before at 13.3 per game.

Curry’s three-point dominance almost seems absurd at this point.

It goes without saying, but if Klay Thompson returns to the floor healthy, the Warriors will be a dangerous opponent in the Western Conference playoffs.

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