Golden State Warriors’ leader Stephen “Steph” Curry has become the second top three-point shooter in National Basketball Association (NBA) history.
In their NBA regular season game against the Utah Jazz, Curry scored 24 points, including four three-point shots. Thus, he increased the number of his career three-point shots to 2,651, surpassing the legendary
Reggie Miller of the Indiana Pacers.
The reigning all-time three-point shooter is basketball legend Ray Allen, who has scored 2,973 three- pointers.
Steph Curry averages 3.6 three-pointers in one game, which means he needs about 114 more games to break Allen's record.