Steph Curry Declares Himself 'The Greatest Shooter' After Breaking a 3-Point Record

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

Steph Curry has long been considered as one of the best basketball players to ever step on a basketball court and is one of the top players for the Golden State Warriors.

Known as one of the greatest shooters of all time, the NBA superstar commented on recent success. As he broke records left and right last season, he was nothing short of phenomenal.

Curry previously broke the record of legends such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. He previously had the highest scoring average in a quarter of any NBA player over the past three decades.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

Curry set a new three-point record against the New York Knicks, surpassing Ray Allen's record. He now owns the all-time record for three-pointers with 2,977.

After breaking the record, Curry shared an emotional moment with his parents. He admitted to the media after the game that he is finally comfortable calling himself the greatest shooter after breaking Ray Allen's record.

Curry is also said to be looking for revenge with the Golden State Warriors. This year, even Kevin Durant has stated that Curry has been playing at an MVP level. He will likely continue to play at an incredible level for some time to come.

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