Warriors star Stephen Curry passed Ray Allen as the NBA’s all-time 3-point leader in the Golden State Warriors’ matchup at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks on Tuesday, Dec. 14.
Curry came up just shy of the record in Monday’s win over the Indiana Pacers, tallying 26 points on 5-for-15 shooting from 3-point range. That outcome set the table for a storybook ending, as Curry broke the record at The Mecca of Basketball in front of both previous record-holders, Allen and Reggie Miller
For live updates, highlights and more from Curry’s pursuit of history, we have you covered below.
Stephen Curry 3-point record tracker: score, stats and updates, from Warriors vs. Knicks
9:35 p.m – DeAndre Jordan got jokes.
End of the third: Knicks 64, Warriors 71
9:22 p.m – Warriors outscore the Knicks 23-17 in the third. Curry up to 17 points (4-of-10 from distance).
9:19 p.m – Steph makes his first three since the first quarter. Warriors up 69-61
9:15 p.m – Just in case you forgot, Curry reminding you that he can do more than just shoot. Sweet dish to Jordan Poole. Warriors up one on the Knicks dep into the third.
9:09 p.m – With that miss, Curry is just 1-of-6 from distance since breaking the record in the first quarter.
8:57 p.m – What does coach Steve Kerr want people to remember most from this game? He said (half) jokingly, “That we won.” Never change, coach. Never change.
8:55 p.m – Jason Kidd, who is 12th all-time on the 3-point list (imagine he’d taken more in the early part of his career!) sends his congratulations to Curry.
8:51 p.m – Phoenix Suns’ head coach Monty Williams calls Curry breaking the record an “amazing accomplishment.”
8:43 p.m – Felicidades from Espana via Pau Gasol!
8:41 p.m – Coach Kerr and Steph share a moment after he breaks the record.
Halftime: Knicks 48, Warriors 47
8:35 p.m – It’s halftime at MSG. In 17 minutes of court time Steph has 12 points (3-of-6 from distance), 2 rebounds and 1 assist.
8:33 p.m – There’s a whole generation of hoopers that have grown up watching Curry. Jaren Jackson Jr is one of them.
8:32 p.m – From one point god to another, the respect is there.
8:29 p.m – Congrats from the Commish!
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver issued the following statement today regarding the Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry passing Ray Allen for the most three-pointers in NBA history: pic.twitter.com/aZxjBVcWGi
— NBA Communications (@NBAPR) December 15, 2021
8:25 p.m – Draymond Green and Steph have been through a lot together in the NBA. You can see how much this moment means to Draymond, too.
8:11 p.m – With every made three from here until he retires, Steph will be extending his own record nightly.
End of the first: Knicks 24, Warriors 24
8:01 p.m – Steph has 6 points, 2-of-4 from distance.
7:51 p.m – Ray Allen congratulates Curry on breaking his record.
7:41 p.m – Brother Seth is one of the first to tweet congratulations to Steph on becoming the new 3-point king!
7:42 p.m – History for Steph!
Stephen Curry is officially the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-pointers made, connecting on his 2,974th career triple.
7:38 p.m. – And just like that, on his first shot, Curry has tied the all-time 3-point record.
The three greatest shooters in NBA history are all in the building!
Before the night gets going, take a look at some of Stephen Curry’s best moments at Madison Square Garden to get ready for the big game.
Warriors vs. Knicks start time
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 14
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
The Warriors-Knicks game is scheduled to tip-off at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game will take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
How to watch Warriors vs. Knicks
TV: TNT, NBC Sports Bay Area (California), MSG Network (New York)
Streaming: Watch TNT app, NBA League Pass
When do the Warriors play next?
If Stephen Curry doesn’t break the record tonight, his next opportunities will be…
|Friday, Dec. 17||at Celtics||7:30 PM|
|Saturday, Dec. 18||at Raptors||7:30 PM|
|Monday, Dec. 20||vs. Kings||10:00 PM|