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What Steph Curry's New Three Point Record Means for His Legacy

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The Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry set a new NBA record for career three-pointers on Tuesday. His career total is now 2,977, surpassing Ray Allen’s record set in 2014. “I never wanted to call myself the greatest shooter until I got this record,” Curry said in a post game press conference, “so I’m comfortable saying that now.”  We’ll talk about Curry’s historic achievement, his legacy and how he’s changed the way basketball is played with The Athletic columnist Marcus Thompson, author of “Golden: The Miraculous Rise of Steph Curry.”


Marcus Thompson II, senior columnist, The Athletic; author, “KD: Kevin Durant’s Relentless Pursuit to be the Greatest”


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