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Stephen Curry passes Reggie Miller for No. 2 on NBA’s all-time 3-pointers list

As if his resume wasn’t already impressive and Hall-of-Fame worthy, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is inching closer to an incredible milestone. Now, he’s passed Indiana Pacers legend, Reggie Miller, for second on the NBA’s all-time 3-pointers list, via ESPN.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry passed Hall of Famer Reggie Miller for the second-most made 3-pointers in NBA history after making his 2,561st career 3-pointer early in the second half of a 127-108 loss to the Utah Jazz on Saturday.


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Curry is now just 411 made 3-pointers behind Hall of Famer Ray Allen for the most in NBA history.

The Warriors suffered the devastating loss of Klay Thompson to a torn Achilles tendon injury before the 2020-21 season began. Althiugh Curry is doing everything within his power to keep the fans in San Francisco and Oakland entertained.

He’s getting closer to being the best 3-point shooter of all time statistically. Additionally, Curry set his career-high point total with 62 points in a win over the Blazers earlier this season.


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After a shortened season due to injury, Curry has bounced back with a vengeance this year. He’s averaging 27.9 points per game, which is fourth in the NBA behind Bradley Beal, Kevin Durant and Lillard.

The Warriors got off to a rough start to the season with some cringeworthy losses, but they have proven to be better than expected without Thompson. Golden State is sitting at 8-8 and could contend for a playoff spot.

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