LThe NBA family was quick to react to a night that will remain forever in the history books. A night marked by a single name, that of Stephen Ward
LThe NBA family was quick to react to a night that will remain forever in the history books. A night marked by a single name, that of Stephen Wardell Curry, who took advantage of his visit to Madison Square Garden to break the record for triples scored in league history.
The first to react was the league commissioner Adam Silver, who issued a statement in which he took the opportunity to congratulate the Warriors player: “It has been exciting to watch Stephen break the NBA’s all-time 3-point record.. He has revolutionized the way basketball is played and continues to amaze fans with his extraordinary shooting ability. “
The ‘boss’ of the NBA was not the only one to surrender to the figure of Curry after he scored his triple number 2,974, thus surpassing the record that Ray Allen achieved in 511 more games than the Warriors player. Teammates like LeBron James or Kevin Durant and former players like Pau Gasol or Allen himself took to social networks to congratulate a legendary player.