Steph Curry had himself a game Saturday night after hitting eight 3-pointers, he racked up 38 points in a comfortable win over the Clippers.
The big story of the night, however was Steph Curry passing Ray Allen for the most 3-pointers made in NBA postseason history. Not only is passing Ray Allen for that title an incredible feat, but he did it in almost half the games.
Curry passed Allen while only playing in 91 games and Allen set the record after playing in 171 postseason games. What do you think this record is going to look like once Steph gets done playing?
Unreachable. That’s what it’s going to look like.
Stephen Curry is the best shooter the NBA has ever seen and there’s no argument there. The same can be said when he breaks the record for most overall 3-pointers of all time. That record will also seem to be unreachable with the amount of time he still has left in his career compared to the amount of 3s he has already hit.
Whether you like the Golden State Warriors or not (I think it’s safe to say there are more that don’t), you can’t deny the greatness that is right in front of you. Say it with me, Steph Curry is the BEST SHOOTER of all time.