Given the evolution of the game, especially over the past decade, any major stat category related to 3-pointers should have plenty of active players high up on its leaderboard.
Stephen Curry, arguably the greatest shooter in NBA history, dominates the chart for most 3s made in the playoffs with 470 in 112 games. The next best is Hall of Famer Ray Allen, who is second with 385 3-pointers, while Curry's teammate Klay Thompson slots in at 3rd with 374.
Here's a look at the top 10 players with the most career postseason 3s:
|Rank||Player||Playoff Games||Playoff Career 3s||Playoffs 3P%|
As you can see in the table above, there are five active players in the top 10. Among them, LeBron James and Lakers' teammate J.R. Smith could be major movers with their play in the 2020 playoffs.
Former league MVP James Harden is knocking on the door of the top 10. Prior to the 2020 postseason, he ranks 11th with 278 made 3-pointers.
Other notable active players in the top 30 are Kyle Korver (239, 15th), Danny Green (230, 17th), J.J. Redick (189, 22nd), Kawhi Leonard (180, 24th), Chris Paul (171, 28th), and Paul George (170, 29th).
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