Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry passes Reggie Miller, rises to second on NBA's all-time 3-pointers made list

With his fourth 3-pointer against Utah Jazz, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry surpassed Hall of Famer Reggie Miller on the NBA's all-time 3-pointers made list.

Earlier in the first half, when he tied him, he threw up 31, to honour the Indiana Pacers legend.

This comes less than a week after the two 3-point shooting legends had a short chat on the 3-point record after Curry and the Golden State Warriors defeated the Los Angeles Lakers on MLK Day.

Reggie Miller knocked down his 2,521 3-pointers in 1,389 regular-season games at an efficiency of 39.5% over an 18-year NBA career. On the other hand, Curry reaches that mark in his 715th game, more than 600 fewer appearances.

The two-time league MVP not only has volume but also has the efficiency on his 3-pointers. He's making his 3-pointers at a mark just over 43.0%, that ranks among the top-10 all-time.

MORE: Players with most made 3-pointers in NBA history

He is one of only two active players in the Top 10 of this all-time list with James Harden slotting in at sixth, needing less than a 100 to move past Kyle Korver for fifth.

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