Steph Curry Makes NBA History With 3,500 Career Three-Pointers In Nets-Warriors Clash

Photo: Instagram/Steph Curry

In a historic performance during Saturday's showdown at the Chase Center, Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors etched his name in NBA history. 

Curry, the league's all-time three-point leader, became the first player to surpass 3,500 career three-pointers.

At 35 years old, Curry continues to defy age, maintaining a position among the top ten players in the league.

Photo: Instagram/Steph Curry

With Ray Allen (2,973) and James Harden (2,800) trailing behind, Curry's unprecedented milestone raises the question of whether any player will ever catch up.

Despite Curry's remarkable individual achievements, the Warriors have faced challenges this season, sporting a 10-14 record and securing the 11th seed in the competitive Western Conference. 


The team's recent struggles, marked by a three-game losing streak, have heightened concerns among fans.

Curry, averaging 28.6 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game, showcased his shooting prowess with a 46.0% field goal and an impressive 41.3% from beyond the arc in 22 games. 

Following the clash with the Brooklyn Nets, the Warriors are set to take on the Portland Trail Blazers in Oregon on Sunday.

Having spent his entire 15-season career with the Warriors, Curry boasts career averages of 24.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, 6.5 assists, and 1.6 steals per game. 


His impact extends beyond individual accolades, as he has led the Warriors to four NBA Championships since 2015, solidifying his legacy as a key figure in the team's success.

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Source: Sports Illustrated
 

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