Curry Sets Record for Fewest Games Needed to Make 100 3-Pointers

December 3rd, 2015 by Bleacher Report Milestones Leave a reply »
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry made his 100th three-pointer of the season during Tuesday's 116-99 win over the Charlotte Hornets, setting a new NBA record for fewest games needed (20) to reach triple-digits, per

He obliterated the old mark of 30 games, set by future Hall of Famer Ray Allen for the 2001-02 Milwaukee Bucks.

Curry largely made his mark in the third quarter, matching his career-best mark of 28 points in a single quarter, which he previously set Oct. 31 in the team's season-opener against the New Orleans Pelicans, per GSWStats.

Perhaps most impressive, he scored all of Golden State's 24 points over the final seven minutes and 26 seconds of the quarter, per ESPN Stats & Info.

With the Warriors holding a commanding 93-72 lead at the end of the frame, Curry wasn't even needed in the fourth quarter, finishing his night with 40 points, three rebounds, five assists and five turnovers in 31 minutes, having made 14 of his 18 field-goal attempts and eight of his 11 three-point tries.

He has made eight or more three-pointers in four road games this season, setting a new NBA single-season rec ...

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