By Marcus Thompson
Thursday, April 11th, 2013 at 9:04 pm in Uncategorized.
This TNT graphic puts into perspective Stephen Curry’s 3-point prowess.
He entered tonight having played 254 games and made 621 3-pointers. That’s 214 more than Ray Allen did through the same number of games, 299 more than Reggie Miller hit.
Curry entered tonight’s game against Oklahoma City averaging 2.44 3-pointers per game for his career. That rate is higher than the career rate of Ray Allen (2.33) and Reggie Miller (1.84).
Curry, who turned 25 last month, made a bit of history Thursday night. He knocked down two 3-pointers in the first half. That puts him at 251 for the season. He’s now the youngest player ever to make 250 3-pointers in a season (previously Dennis Scott at 27).