Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant was not able to watch Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry break Ray Allen's 3-point record, but he made sure to congratulate and honor him afterward.

The Nets played the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night, so Durant had no chance to tune in on the Warriors' showdown with the New York Knicks scheduled simultaneously. While KD is pretty active on Twitter, he just couldn't get on his phone with Brooklyn shorthanded as well.

Following their close 131-129 win, though, Durant took to Twitter to pay tribute to Steph. He even went as far as to saying that the Warriors superstar is the 3-point God.

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Stephen Curry has certainly cemented his status as the greatest shooter of all time, and we can't blame Kevin Durant for calling him god-like. After all, it's likely that no human will come close to the record of the Warriors great.

Curry finished with five triples against the Knicks, scoring 22 points in total to help the Warriors take down the ‘Bockers, 105-96.

While all the attention was on Curry, though, Durant himself put on a memorable performance that can't be overlooked. With the Nets playing with just eight players due to COVID-19, the Slim Reaper unleashed his all-around potential and carried Brooklyn to the tight victory. Durant recorded 34 points, 13 rebounds, and 11 assists.

Indeed, what a great night for the basketball world.