OAKLAND, Calif. — Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is now the NBA’s all-time leader in postseason 3-pointers.
The sharp-shooting point guard passed Ray Allen on that list Saturday night in the Warriors’ Game 1 win over the LA Clippers at Oracle Arena.
Curry entered the game seven 3-pointers behind Allen, but the two-time NBA MVP topped Allen in the third quarter when Curry sank his 8th 3-pointer of the game, giving him 386 postseason treys.
Allen racked up those 3s over the course of an 18-year career with 11 playoff appearances. It took Curry only 10 seasons and seven trips to the playoffs to break the record.
Curry was recognized during a timeout and received a standing ovation from the crowd.
He finished the night with 38 points, eight made 3s, 7 assists and a career-high 15 rebounds.
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