When it's all said and done, Steph Curry will more than likely sit atop the NBA's All-Time "3-Pointer List," no one is overly concerned. But what's most impressive, is the rate at which he's climbing to the top. Steph Curry, currently 30 years of age, just passed Jason Terry for third on the All-Time list, accomplishing the feat over the course of Friday night's 146-109 romp of the lowly Chicago Bulls.
After the final buzzer, Steph Curry talked to the media about his plans for the game ball, which he hopes to get signed by the two remaining players standing in the way of his ascension to number one: Reggie Miller and Ray Allen, 1 and 2 respectively.
"It's just a special accomplishment, in terms of two guys that I know are trendsetters in stretching the imagination of the 3-point game. Doing it for many, many, many years, and people that I looked up to as a young kid playing the game," Curry commented, before also remembering to thank his dad for all the pro tips along the way.In case you missed it, Steph's father Dell Curry was himself an NBA sharpshooter from 3-Point range. The will-skill coaching model certainly runs in the family. Steph finished Frida night's contest with five 3-Point conversions on his 28 points in 27 minutes. Golden State travels to Dallas tomorrow night, to face the much-improved Mavs -keep it peeled for more 2nd half coverage of the 2018-2019 NBA season.