Steph Curry Sets NBA Record With 300th Three-pointer of The Season In Warriors' Victory Over Grizzlies

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors etched his name into NBA history books once again. 

The Warriors secured a commanding 137-116 win on Wednesday evening, fueled by Curry's remarkable milestone.

At just 36 years old, Curry showcased his enduring prowess on the court by sinking his 300th three-pointer of the season, becoming the first player in NBA history to achieve this feat five times.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

This remarkable achievement solidifies Curry's status as a living legend in the realm of basketball.

Curry's exceptional performance adds to his already impressive season statistics, boasting averages of 27.0 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 4.9 assists per game, while maintaining stellar shooting percentages.

Despite their recent loss to the New York Knicks, the Warriors remain a formidable force in the Western Conference, currently holding the tenth seed with a 35-32 record. 

As they gear up to face the Indiana Pacers next, Curry's remarkable milestone serves as a beacon of inspiration for his team and basketball enthusiasts worldwide.

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Source: Sports Illustrated 


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