Stephen Curry cemented his legacy as the greatest shooter of all time last night. He surpassed Ray Allen for the most three-pointers in the history of the NBA. It was a historic night for the NBA, as the world turned their eyes to Madison Square Garden to see Curry make history.
Curry was not the only prolific shooter in the building that night. Reggie Miller was at MSG, performing his duties as a commentator for TNT, and Ray Allen came to the game to watch Steph break his record, wanting to be a supporting figure as Steph made history.
Before the game, the trio was seen speaking to each other, as Allen and Miller just interacted with Stephen Curry. They even had critically acclaimed director and Knicks superfan Spike Lee taking pictures for them. It was an incredible moment, with three of the greatest shooters in NBA history together.
They even were photographed at several points of the night. There was an incredibly heartwarming picture taken of Steph and Ray moments after Curry made that shot that allowed him to surpass Allen and become the leading three-point shooter across NBA history.
Fans reacted to the trio with complimentary words, with many even noting that this could be the only picture that features the three greatest three-point shooters in NBA history. Fans really seemed to be taken
It is important to mention that the three players in these pictures combine for 8,510 three-pointers in their entire careers. And that number will grow greatly, given that Curry isn't slowing down, and will be playing at a high level for the foreseeable future. Curry will be hoping to push that number to incredible heights.
Before the game, Allen and Miller spoke about the greatest shooters of all time but made sure to put the focus back on Curry and his big night. Curry was gifted a special jersey by Ray Allen and Reggie Miller after the game as well, a true passing of the torch moment.