You don't need to see Steph Curry's name in the record books to know he's done something the world has never seen before. It doesn't hurt though. In just 789 regular season contests, the NBA icon that spearheaded his generation's offensive revolution buried his 2,974th three-pointer, supplanting Ray Allen for the No. 1 spot on the league's all-time leaderboard. The historic bucket came as effortlessly as the thousands that preceded it as the three-time champion and two-time league MVP shed his defender in the post with an off-ball cut to the perimeter knowing that the Golden State Warriors predicated an entire dynasty on the idea of getting the ball in their superstar's hands beyond the arc. Curry's milestone triple fell in the first quarter of a December 14, 2021 contest at Madison Square Garden.
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