Steph Curry Breaks Ray Allen’s All-Time Three-Point Shooting Record, Which NBA Players Celebrate

Draymond Green, Curry's longtime teammate, was the first to approach him after he hit the triple.

Wardell Stephen Curry II has officially broken the record for most three-pointers made in NBA history. Curry and the Golden State Warriors faced the New York Knicks on Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden, with the two-time league MVP needing a pair of triples to surpass legendary marksman Ray Allen’s 2,974 total.

It took him less than five minutes to arrive. Curry nailed one from the logo early in the game, and with 7:33 left on the clock, he became the all-time leader with a relocation triple that nearly scratched the scoreboard at MSG. Curry got some time to reflect on his accomplishment after a Kevon Looney foul and a Steve Kerr timeout, and the audience gave him a standing ovation. This includes sprinting over to Allen’s courtside seat and hugging him tightly.

Draymond Green, Curry’s longtime teammate, was the first to approach him after he hit the triple.

Allen and Green weren’t the only members of the NBA family to congratulate Curry on his accomplishment, as a number of current players, including his younger brother, Seth, took to Twitter to do so.

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