CALIFORNIA—On January 23, NBA Golden State Warriors point and shooting guard Stephen Curry, 32, surpassed Reggie Miller becoming the second in the NBA’s all time three-point shooting list.
During Saturday’s game against the Utah Jazz, in the third quarter, Curry’s shot made from beyond the three-point line was his (2,561) career three pointer. Curry passed Miller’s (2,560) three pointers and currently sits right below Ray Allen with (2,973) three pointers made.
Curry played in 715 career games. Curry averages 3.6 three pointers per game. The point guard holds the all-time record for most three pointers made in a post season with a record of 470 surpassing Allen’s 385 back in April 2019.
The 12-year player has accomplished the following:
- (5x) Most seasons as the three-point field goals leader
- broke the record for three-point shots made in a game (13 made, Nov. 7, 2016)
- only player in NBA history to cross the 400 3-pointer threshold for a season
During the current 2020-2021 NBA season, Curry is averaging 27.9 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 6.2 assists per game.
The Golden State Warriors record is 8-8 coming off a loss from the Utah Jazz. They will play against the Minnesota Timber Wolves on Monday, January 25.