With his second three-pointer in tonight’s regular season finale in Portland, Stephen Curry became the NBA’s all-time single-season leader in three-pointers made, surpassing Ray Allen’s record of 268. Perhaps even more impressive, he did it in 58 fewer attempts than the future Hall of Famer. He finished the night with four made treys, giving him 272 for the season.
The record helps cap off a truly historic season for Steph, some of which is encapsulated in the image above. We’ll have plenty more coverage of Steph’s historic season soon, but in the meantime, feel free to make this your wallpaper for the next few days.