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The three-point shot has become so crucial in the game over the past couple of decades. The importance of long-range shooting has taken a jump, given that even centers and forward would instead stretch the floor than post up inside the paint. But one player who has revolutionized three-point shooting is none other than Stephen Curry.

Stephen Curry took the game by storm with his long-range shooting. Not only did he have high percentages, but the shots he could drown were a feat of miracles. So, how many threes has The Chef hit in his career so far?

How many threes has Stephen Curry made?

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As of the 2022-23 NBA season, Stephen Curry has made a whopping 3390 three-pointers in his career. Curry has a 42.8% career three-point shooting percentage. Curry has made three-pointers that can be divided into two categories: the regular season and the playoffs. And it should not come off as a surprise that Curry is the all-time leader in both categories.

Before Stephen Curry took the helm as the all-time three-point leader in the history of the game; other pioneers like Ray Allen and Reggie Miller stood before him. Ray Allen, for instance, who sits on the number two spot on the list, is at 2973 three-pointers made. However, it did not take long for Curry to surpass them.

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As for the playoffs, Stephen Curry is again at the number-one spot with 618 three-pointers made. His fellow teammate, Klay Thompson is in the second position with 501 three-pointers made so far. As for his playoff three-point percentage, Curry has shot at 39.7%.

So, if you were to total his made threes, until the 2023-24 NBA season, Stephen Curry has sunk 4008 three-pointers in his career.

What will the final number be?

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Stephen Curry has played 14 seasons in the league with the Golden State Warriors. And not only has he become the all-time three-point leader, but people have also labeled him as the best shooter to grace the game of basketball.

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At age 35, Curry has yet to show signs of slowing down. And even when he does, his game relies so heavily on long-range shooting that it may not come up to be that big of a problem for him, anyway.

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Let’s see, by the time Curry does decide to hang his sneakers for good. What will the record number be by then?

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