Stephen Curry, the top candidate to date for MVP of the season, has once again proved that he is the best shooter in history after beating the NBA
Stephen Curry, the top candidate to date for MVP of the season, has once again proved that he is the best shooter in history after beating the NBA 3-point record, topping 2,973 that I had written down Ray allen in his carrer. A record that has already been forgotten and that Curry has left, for now, in 2,977 shots of three scored.
Almost 3,000 in his sports career that have come from every possible corner of a basketball court, as this spectacular video made by Kirk goldsberry and in which you can see where the 2,974 triples with which he has beaten Allen.
A video that also demonstrates Curry’s ability to change the game by moving away the shooting range almost every season and demonstrating that there is no impossible gap for a player who continues to make history.
To the 4.30 minutes into the game, Curry scored his second triplee of the day and finally surpassed the record of 2,973 set by Ray Allen, who retired in 2014. Curry, who scored his first triple in the NBA on October 30, 2009, has surpassed Allen’s figure in 789 games while Ray Allen needed 1,300 to reach 2,973 triples.