With his fourth 3-pointer against Utah Jazz, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry surpassed Hall of Famer Reggie Miller on the NBA's all-time 3-pointers made list.
Greatness from beyond the arc.- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) January 24, 2021
Congrats to @StephenCurry30 for passing Reggie Miller for 2nd on the NBA's all-time three-point shooting list! ☔️ pic.twitter.com/6rJ18UeZKl
Earlier in the first half, when he tied him, he threw up 31, to honour the Indiana Pacers legend.
Steph threw up the No. 3️⃣1️⃣ in honor of tying Reggie Miller on all-time threes pic.twitter.com/A9YH6rHJZ0- Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 24, 2021
This comes less than a week after the two 3-point shooting legends had a short chat on the 3-point record after Curry and the Golden State Warriors defeated the Los Angeles Lakers on MLK Day.
😅 @ReggieMillerTNT jokes with @StephenCurry30 as Steph moves to within 13 threes of passing him on the all-time list. pic.twitter.com/ucqo3hWqh0- NBA (@NBA) January 19, 2021
Reggie Miller knocked down his 2,521 3-pointers in 1,389 regular-season games at an efficiency of 39.5% over an 18-year NBA career. On the other hand, Curry reaches that mark in his 715th game, more than 600 fewer appearances.
The two-time league MVP not only has volume but also has the efficiency on his 3-pointers. He's making his 3-pointers at a mark just over 43.0%, that ranks among the top-10 all-time.
He is one of only two active players in the Top 10 of this all-time list with James Harden slotting in at sixth, needing less than a 100 to move past Kyle Korver for fifth.
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