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Stephen Curry Made More 3-Pointers In One Season Than Magic Johnson Has Made In His Entire NBA Career: "Different Skill Sets. Magic Did Everything Else Better Than Curry."

Stephen Curry Made More 3-Pointers In One Season Than Magic Johnson Has Made In His Entire NBA Career: "Different Skill Sets. Magic Did Everything Else Better Than Curry."

Stephen Curry and his love for knocking down three-pointers is nothing new. The Golden State Warriors superstar has always fancied long-range shots rather than finishing close at the rim.

At times, Curry makes shooting from a ridiculous distance look very normal. His three-point shooting skills have helped him at every step of his amazing career. Additionally, Steph's three-point shooting ability has made a huge impact on the rest of the league as well.

It's safe to say that Curry has changed the way that basketball is played in the modern era. It's only fair that Steph also has a plethora of three-pointers related records to his name.

Those records include the most three-pointers made in a single NBA season as well. Curry set the record in the 2015-16 NBA season when he made 402 three-pointers in a single season.


Has Stephen Curry Surpassed Magic Johnson As The Best Point Guard Ever?

After winning the fourth NBA Championship of his career, many have started to debate whether Curry has surpassed Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson. An NBA fan on Twitter certainly implied that by sharing an interesting tweet about the two players.

At first look, it might seem like a huge deal. But we have to consider the fact that Magic and Steph played in two very different eras and NBA fans on Twitter made sure to make that point very clear below the original tweet.

A lot of the time, when you debate players from two different eras, it can get interesting. But once in a while, a non-needed debate emerges on social media.

Both Steph and Magic are two of the best players to play at the point guard position. The two superstars played in two different eras but were dominant in their own way. At the end of the day, we should just appreciate their talents.