Stephen Curry Sets NBA Record For Career Three-Pointers

In Tuesday night's game against the New York Knicks, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry hit the 2,974th three-pointer of his career. With that, he officially passed legend Ray Allen for first all-time in NBA history. 

This is such a historic moment for the sport. Fans at Madison Square Garden clearly recognized this, as the building erupted once Curry hit it. Even though it was at the expense of Knicks fans, they still cheered for the future Hall of Famer's remarkable milestone. Furthermore, it was great Curry and Allen share a hug during the ceremony.

Curry still has plenty of time to grow his record, too, as he is only 33 years old and just signed a four-year, $215 million contract extension over the summer. He isn't showing too many signs of slowing down, either, as he is currently averaging 27.0 PPG, 5.6 rebounds and 6.3 assists. 

Nevertheless, congrats on such an amazing achievement, Stephen!