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Stephen Curry Surpassed Ray Allen For Most Threes In NBA History Including Playoffs While Playing 585 Fewer Games

Stephen Curry Surpassed Ray Allen For The Most Threes In NBA History Including Playoffs While Playing 585 Fewer Games

Stephen Curry keeps making history in the 2021/22 NBA season. The point guard is trying to take his Golden State Warriors to the promised land once again, leading the way with 3-pointers and demolishing rivals on a nightly basis. 

On Friday night, The Chef collected another record to his already impressive resume. Curry now has the most 3-pointers made of all time. During the Warriors' demolishing 119-93 win over the Chicago Bulls, Curry went off again, surpassing Ray Allen on this list.

With a little more than 10 minutes in the 2nd quarter, Curry sank the 3 that gave him this honor. Right now, he has 3366 3-pointers, while Allen finished his career with 3358. What's more impressive is that Curry did it while playing 585 fewer games than Ray. 

It's mandatory to say that official records count only regular-season stats, but that doesn't seem to be a problem for Curry. He currently has 2,896 regular-season 3-pointers, second only to Allen's 2,973. With less than 80 3-pointers of difference, Curry could break this record in a couple of weeks. 

It was a terrific night for The Dubs. They hosted the Eastern Conference co-leader Chicago Bulls and handled them pretty well, dominating the game from the 2nd quarter until the end. 

Steph went off, dropping 40 points on the Bulls, going 9-17 from beyond the arc. He grabbed 4 rebounds and dished 5 assists, leading the Warriors to an easy win against the hardest rival they've faced in the league so far this season. 

The present and the future are bright for this franchise. Steve Kerr claimed he feels this team can do great things this season, and we should pay attention to that. The Warriors demolished the Bulls to take their record to 11-1, making a big statement on Friday night.