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Stephen Curry passes Reggie Miller for 2nd all-time in threes made

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The greatest shooter ever debate was an actual sports debate before Golden State Warriors icon Stephen Curry erupted onto the NBA scene.

If you know basketball, you know that Stephen Curry is the the most prolific shooter ever to touch the hardwood. The man shoots the ball like nobody else ever has.

Pull-up threes in transition, Steph can hit them. Catch and shoot threes, Steph is automatic. Off the dribble, Steph is one of the best in the league. From anywhere on the floor regardless of who is defending him, Stephen Curry is a threat to score.

Curry march towards being considered the unanimous best shooter ever continues, passing Reggie Miller for 2nd all-time in three-pointers made.

Curry is now only trails Ray Allen in the three-pointers-made department. Ray Allen is still 400 three-pointers ahead of Steph Curry, but it shouldn’t be long before the all-time record is Curry’s.

What is even more impressive about this feat from Curry is that Ray Allen has played nearly 600 more games than than the Warriors star.

Stephen Curry continues to add to his already impressive resume. If he continues to play the way that he is, he could potentially contend for another MVP trophy next season when the Dubs are at full strength.

Curry is playing lights out so far in the 2021 season, averaging over 28 points, 5.5 rebounds and 6 assists per game shooting 45% from the field.

The incredible shooting from Curry has fans back in awe after missing him in action for almost a full season last year. If he keeps this up, Stephen Curry will shoot the Warriors into a playoff spot.