Stephen Curry now owns the three longest streaks of games with at least one 3-pointer in NBA history.
Weeks after becoming the NBA’s career 3-point king, Warriors star Stephen Curry made more long-range history Sunday (PHT) with his 1st-quarter triple against the Jazz.
It marked his 158th straight game with at least one 3, breaking his own record of 157 set in 2016.
Curry, 33, entered the game drilling a career-high 5.4 3s per game. To further illustrate just how great he’s been over his 13-year career, the two-time Kia MVP’s 39.7 3-point percentage is a career-low but still sits roughly five points above the league average.