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Stephen Curry's Legendary Three-Pointer Streak Comes To An End After 4 Years

Stephen Curry's Legendary Three-Pointer Streak Comes To An End After 4 Years

Stephen Curry has already proven that there is no shooter that is or was better than him in the NBA. Curry is an absolutely electric shooter and has changed the game and made it a lot more three-point heavy. With that level of skill, Curry has racked up three-point records that many can't even hope to come close to.

One of his most impressive records was his streak of making three-pointers in consecutive games. Curry holds both the top spot and the second spot on this list, with him going for a 158-game streak that ended in 2016 to set the previous record.

He holds the current record with 233 consecutive games with a three-pointer made, a streak he embarked on in 2018. However, it ended at the hands of the Celtics as Curry went 0-9 on the night. Despite that, the Warriors pulled out a 94-104 win to take a 3-2 series lead.

It is disheartening to see Curry's streak end, but he won't care considering the massive win the Warriors got. Andrew Wiggins led the team to a stellar win, being a two-way force all night long. Curry may have struggled to score, but his impact was felt on the court with his playmaking.

Whether Curry will make another one of these streaks is going to be seen now. Considering his age, the chance of matching this streak could be a challenge. Steph does have an ageless game with his incredible shooting ability, so who knows how much longer he will play.

These records will make future generations wonder how in the world was Curry so proficient from three. Even we struggle to explain it despite seeing it for over a decade in front of us. It will be interesting to see the kind of shooters that come into the league and challenge this streak eventually.