Stephen Curry passes Reggie Miller for second-most career 3-pointers with 2,562 made three pointers.
Stephen Curry has overtaken Reggie Miller in the rankings of the most three-pointers ever in the NBA.
Against the Utah Jazz, Curry hit 5 three-pointers and his counter is at 2,562. Only Ray Allen is doing even better for now with 2,973 three-pointers. Curry, still only 32, is one of the greatest shooters of all time in the NBA. It took Miller 1,388 career games to reach 2,560, while it took Allen 1,074 games to reach 2,561. Curry passed that mark in just 715 games, Stephen Curry now passes Reggie Miller for second-most career 3-pointers.
“Records are there to be broken,” Curry said after the loss against Utah (127-108). “I was trying to enjoy it in the middle of the game because I knew it was on the horizon and I knew how much I looked up to him growing up, watching him play, playing against my dad. Emulating a lot of things he did moving without the ball. I always said him and Steve Nash, I always tried to put those two players together.“