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Last season, Golden State Warriors’ point guard Stephen Curry became the first NBA player in league history to make over 300 three-point shots in a single season with his 402. Now, he has become the first player in NBA history to make over 300 three-point shots in two seasons in his career, as he has pulled it off in consecutive seasons.
In Sunday’s 139-115 home win against the Washington Wizards at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, Curry made his 300th three-point shot this season. Curry has made 302 three-point shots this season, good enough for 2nd best all-time behind only his 402 made three-point shots last season. He owns the top 3 spots and 4 of the top 5 spots on the all-time single season three-point shots made list.
Curry will look to add to that total in tonight’s home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The two-time defending Most Valuable Player (MVP) has not been in the MVP talks this season, but he has still put up some amazing statistics to say the very least, particularly in the three-point shot category.