On December 14, 2021, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the 30th Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry scored a three-pointer in the first half against the New York Knicks, tying Ray Allen against the New York Knicks. Celebrate after the team’s all-time record.
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Stephen Curry’s three-pointers hit an NBA record.
On Tuesday night, in the Golden State Warriors game against the New York Knicks, Curry made his 2,974th three-pointer, breaking the record set by Ray Allen.
Curry shot from the right wing with 7 minutes and 33 seconds left in the game, waving his arms to the sky as he jogged backwards on the court. The Warriors then fouled and quickly announced a timeout to allow the celebration to begin. Curry exchanged hugs with coach Steve Kerr, long-time teammate Draymond Green, family and Allen in the stadium.
Curry is generally regarded as the league’s greatest shooter, and the statistics support him. He already has two of the first three three-pointers seasons — including the only season with 400 three-pointers — and now has the professional record that Allen has held since he surpassed Reggie Miller in 2011.
The record comes from Madison Square Garden. Curry ushered in one of the highlights of his early career on February 27, 2013, when he made 11 three-pointers and scored 54 points. He went on to win two MVP awards and three championships while becoming one of the biggest and most popular stars in the game.
“I think fans are attracted to him only because of his humility and his story and how hard he has to work, so from this perspective, it surpasses sports to some extent,” Cole said before the game.
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