Steph Curry became the first player in the NBA history to make 3,000 shots from beyond the arc. The point guard surpassed Ray Allen a couple of weeks ago for the top spot and all that is ahead of him are just numbers. He rewrites the basketball history every single time he appears on the court for the Warriors.
He slowly, but surely made his way through to the top, changing the way basketball is played. Curry proved that a team can be efficient enough even without driving to the basket. In most cases, he has been double-teamed, but this didn’t really stop him from knocking up threes after threes.
The three-point king reaches a new frontier. pic.twitter.com/OY5ueEXOd6
— NBA (@NBA) December 29, 2021
The Warriors might have lost the game against the Nuggets, but this match will certainly go down in the history books. It will be remembered as the day Steph Curry made his 3,000 three-pointer in the NBA. The day in which the greatest shooter of all-time broke yet another record.
From now on, there aren’t many records for Steph to break, but there are surely some in the making. Curry set up his goals straight as his main priority this season is getting his 4th NBA ring. This will tie him with legends of the game like LeBron James, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, and Shaquille O’Neal.