Once his career is all said and done, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry might go down as the greatest three-point shooter in the history of the NBA.
Year after year the Akron, Ohio native tops the league in most three-pointers made and shatters his own previous records along the way. This year, Curry sits fourth in the league in three-pointers made despite missing an extended period of time with an injury, and he’s looking to come out on top for the sixth straight season.
Curry ended up finishing the night 8-for-11 from beyond the three-point arc, but that’s nothing compared to what he accomplished the day before during the Warriors’ practice.
The two-time NBA MVP shows off his range on a nightly basis, but nothing comes close to what he did on Wednesday afternoon as he hit 94 of the 100 three-point shots he took.