Stephen Curry is already bound for the Hall of Fame, but on Thursday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals the Golden State Warriors star added to his already impressive resume.
As the Warriors took on the Toronto Raptors at Scotiabank Arena, Curry hit an impressive milestone that no other NBA player has yet reached. With around five minutes to go in the first quarter, Curry became the first player in history to hit 100 threes in the Finals.
Curry is the best shooter of all-time, and it sits perfectly that he’s the first player to ever reach this mark. You’d have to have an incredible run to hit that many threes, so it’s unlikely we’ll see many other players join him at this threshold in the near future.