Golden State Warriors’ superstar guard Steph Curry has overtaken Indiana’s Reggie Miller for second spot in the National Basketball Association’s list of career three-point shots made.
Curry chalked up the milestone last week in his 715th pro game against the Utah Jazz, during his 12th year in the NBA. He now has 2,561 treys, and counting.
Miller, who played for 18 seasons, made 2,560 threes in 1,389 games.
The all-time three-point leader is Ray Allen with 2,973. And at his current pace, Curry is expected to surpass Allen’s record later this year.
Curry is only one of two active players in the NBA’s Top 10 list in this unique category, with James Harden of the Brooklyn Nets who is in No. 6 with 2,362.