Stephen Curry surpassed Reggie Miller on the all-time three-pointer list as the Golden State Warriors lost to the Utah Jazz on Saturday night. During Curry's postgame press conference, Reggie Miller surprised Curry with his son to congratulate him on eclipsing his record.

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After Saturday night's game, Curry jumped to No. 2 all-time in three-pointers made with 2,561 when he converted an outside shot in the third quarter. He would make another one for good measure, inching him closer to Ray Allen, who holds the NBA record with 2,973 made three-point shots in his career.

It's only a matter of time before Curry passes Allen on the all-time list as he turns 33 years old in March. But while Curry continues to make progress toward Allen, he'll continue being a role model for kids around the globe.

Seeing that Curry isn't an oversized, freakish athlete like a LeBron James or Anthony Davis, kids can relate to the Warriors icon. Curry is a 6-foot-3 point guard that worked tirelessly on his jump shot until he perfected it. That is something that kids who have the desire to play basketball can achieve if they put the time in.

With that being said, Curry has cemented himself as arguably the greatest shooter in NBA history. Being a great shooter is one thing, but to be extremely efficient on outside shots is a rare feat. And even though Curry topped Miller for his long-standing spot at No. 2 on the all-time three-pointers list, Miller wants him to know that he's got young ones watching him create history.