Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry breaks the NBA career 3-point record

Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry breaks the NBA career 3-point record

Move over Ray Allen, Stephen Curry is formally the best shooter ever.

The Golden State Warriors whiz depleted the 2,974th 3-pointer of his Hall of Fame profession during the principal quarter of a game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night.

With 7:33 to go in the initial quarter, Curry nailed a shot from the conservative, and he waved his arms celebrating while at the same time running down the contrary side of the court. The Warriors immediately dedicated a foul and called a break so Curry and the remainder of his partners could commend the achievement.

Curry imparted embraces to Warriors lead trainer Steve Kerr, partner Draymond Green and Allen, who was in participation at the field. Curry likewise ran off the court and tossed the record-breaking b-ball to his dad, Dell Curry.

Curry as of now claims two of the main three seasons for 3-pointers — incorporating the main season with 400 3s — and presently has the vocation record that Allen had held since passing Indiana Pacers incredible Reggie Miller in 2011.

“I think fans are attracted to him just because of his humility and his story and how hard he’s had to work, so from that standpoint, it transcends sports somewhat,” Kerr said before the game.

Later Curry set the standard, Under Armor delivered a business recognizing the achievement.

“2,974 and counting…Congratulations to @Stephencurry30 on becoming the greatest 3-point shooter EVER. To commemorate this milestone and in our ongoing effort to Change the Game for GOOD, #CurryBrand is building 3 new courts in Oakland, Charlotte, and New York City,” the company wrote on Twitter.

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