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Curry Sets All-Time NBA 3-Point Mark in Warriors Victory


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Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry during a game in 2019.

Steph Curry stands alone.

The Golden State Warriors’ point guard set an all-time NBA record on Friday night, passing Ray Allen for the most 3-point field goals made in a career.

The official SportsCenter Twitter account tweeted out the specifics of the accomplishment following the Dubs’ victory over the Eastern Conference-leading Chicago Bulls on November 12, 2021.

“Steph Curry has passed Ray Allen for the most three pointers made all-time (including playoffs),” the post said. “Curry: 3359+, Allen: 3358.”

Not only did Curry surpass Allen’s all-time made mark from deep on Friday, he did it in mind-shattering style. The Golden State captain required just 774 games to overtake Allen in career 3-pointers made, while Allen set that mark after a total of 1,300 games played across the course of his NBA career.


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Dubs’ Steph Curry, Brother Seth Net Unreal NBA Scoring Feat


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Steph Curry squaring off with his brother, Steph Curry, in the 2019 NBA playoffs.

The Curry brothers continue to set the standard for family accomplishments in the modern NBA.

The 2021-22 season is only a few games old, but already Steph Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, and Seth Curry, of the Philadelphia 76ers, have set a ridiculous league-wide scoring mark.

The official SportsCenter Twitter account posted details of the feat on Sunday, October 24.

“The two highest scoring quarters of the season so far belong to the Curry brothers 💦,” the post said.

Steph Curry put up 25 points in the 1st quarter of the Warriors’ second game of the season against the Los Angeles Clippers, while Seth Curry dropped in 23 points in the first quarter Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder.


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Ja Morant, Grizzlies hold off Steph Curry, Warriors in OT thriller for No. 8 seed in Western Conference

Maybe it was a good sign Ja Morant made his first two 3-pointers. After his third in the third quarter, he lifted his finger to shush the crowd at Chase Center.

The Memphis Grizzlies didn’t play scared of facing elimination Friday. They came out bold to match the Golden State Warriors not wanting to lose at home. Morant matched Stephen Curry with his shooting.

It took overtime to decide things and Morant rose up for a floater with 4.5 seconds left. He made it and furiously bobbed his head in celebration while Dillon Brooks embraced him.

Fans started to leave and the Grizzlies won 117-112 to end a four-year playoff drought and advance as the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.

A 10-point Grizzlies fourth-quarter lead faded on Warriors free throws and questionable decisions. A foul on Desmond Bane went unchallenged by the Grizzlies despite Jordan Poole kicking

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Steph Curry only shook his head when asked about potential Warriors vs. Lakers play-in tournament matchup

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On Friday night, the Los Angeles Lakers lost their second game in a row to drop down to seventh place in the Western Conference standings. On Saturday night, Steph Curry went off for 49 points to carry the Golden State Warriors past the Oklahoma City Thunder and maintain their hold on eighth place in the Western Conference standings.

Which means, that as things stand, the Lakers and Warriors are on a collision course to meet in the play-in tournament. The team that finishes seventh will play the team that finishes eighth in the first round of the play-in tournament, with the winner earning the No. 7 seed in the playoffs. 

Asked after his big outing whether the league would enjoy such a matchup later this month, Curry simply nodded his head in memeable fashion.

The answer, obviously, is yes. Though they haven’t had the best seasons, the Warriors

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