‘Changed the Game Forever’: Twitter Erupts After Steph Curry Breaks Yet Another NBA Record

Published 01/23/2021, 11:09 PM EST
Jan 8, 2021; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) reacts after a three point basket by forward Andrew Wiggins (22) during the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Clippers at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports


Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry is arguably the best three-pointer shooter in the history of the league. Steph proved it once again tonight as he added another jewel to his crown. Curry is now 2nd on the all-time three-pointers made list, passing NBA legend Reggie Miller.

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The Warriors are yet to find their touch this season, and their struggles are pretty apparent against Utah Jazz. They were down by 30 points at halftime and it’s not looking pretty for the Dubs.

Although it’s almost decided that they will face their 8th defeat of the season, Steph Curry is putting on a show.

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With the third quarter almost over, Steph has 24 points while shooting 5-10 from beyond the arc. Following the milestone, NBA fans on Twitter went berserk as Steph is second to just Ray Allen in the all-time three-pointers made list.

Twitter reacts to Steph Curry passing Reggie Miller on all-time three-pointers made list

Here’s how NBA fans on Twitter showed love to the Splash Brother:

The most surprising aspect of this record from Curry is he took just 715 games to reach this milestone! For comparison, both Ray Allen and Reggie Miller took over 1000 games to complete the same.

While Steph is breaking records, his Warriors are struggling. With this defeat against the Utah Jazz, their record will worsen to 8-8 for the season. Can the Dubs still turn around their season? Well, this remains the biggest question for them right now.

Can Steph Curry help the Warriors turn around their season?

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Jan 10, 2021; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) reacts after a missed shot during the fourth quarter against the Toronto Raptors at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

Ever since their last NBA Finals appearance in 2019, the Warriors are on a downward trajectory. Last season, they finished with the worst record in the league due to untimely injuries. But this season, fans expect them to make a roaring comeback.

However, so far, opponents are walking all over the Golden State Warriors. If they want to make it back to the NBA Finals, they need to improve right now. Furthermore, this season will have only 72 games, so the Dubs do not have time on their side.

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What are your thoughts on the Warriors’ struggles in the first half of the season? Let us know your views in the comments section below.

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Aikansh Chaudhary

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Aikansh Chaudhary is an NBA columnist for Essentially Sports. Previously, he helped rank various websites using the latest SEO techniques, and wrote over 2000 articles during his stint as a freelance writer. A die hard Lakers fan, Aikansh will forever uphold LeBron James as the GOAT.

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