Steph Curry became the third player in NBA history to record 2,500 career threes. The other two to surpass that number is Reggie Miller and Ray Allen.
Miller, who’s a game analyst on TNT, praised Curry for the milestone calling him the best to ever do it. The Warriors’ superstar reacted to the Pacers’ legend shoutout claiming that he always looked up to him and Ray Allen.
Curry, who scored 36 points to lead the Warriors over the Bulls for their first win of the season, reached the milestone in just 702 career games.
The former back-to-back MVP changed the game with his shooting prowess, helping the Warriors win three NBA titles. Curry is 53 threes away from Reggie Miller and a whole 469 made 3-PT attempts from Ray Allen.
The young Warriors’ team will need their superstar to carry them back to the playoffs, especially after Klay Thompson’s season-ending injury prior to the start of the 2020/21 campaign.