Golden State Warriors All-Star guard Steph Curry made some NBA history against the Chicago Bulls on Friday night, as he moved into third place on the NBA’s all-time three-pointers made list, passing Jason Terry (2,282 career three-pointers made) in the process. Curry now only trails Ray Allen (2,973) and Reggie Miller (2,560) on the list.
After the Warriors beat the Bulls 146-109, Curry reflected on the accomplishment of moving into third place on the prestigious list and being in the top three all time along with long-distance shooting pioneers like Allen and Miller.
“They set the standard,” Curry said of Allen and Miller. “It’s special to be right behind those guys. Obviously, I want to continue that chase… To be right next to them is pretty special.”
Though Curry has a while to go to get up to Allen’s total, if he continues to convert at his current clip (or close to it) and is able to stay reasonably healthy, it will be only a matter of time until he does.
— NBA TV (@NBATV) January 12, 2019