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Stephen Curry has reached 3000 three-pointers in his career

The star of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, continues to nurture his story and add personal marks to the NBA.

On Tuesday, during the third quarter of the game against Denver Nuggets, “The Chef” reached a whopping 3,000 photos (a first in the NBA’s existence) after failing to write a story (that) during Saturday’s Christmas Day game against the Phoenix Suns.

Curry finished the match against Sun with 33 points, a 10-27 hit from the field, 5-16 from the arc and 8-9 from the free line.

By Tuesday, hitting the mark wasn’t exactly easy for the NBA’s Top 3 Pointers. In the first quarter, Curry went without points after 0-2 from the arc and also 0-2 in shots from the field; Also, he did not go to the free line.

In the second quarter, Curry still did not score: with 0-4 in the triples and 0-4 from the field, which is unusual for a candidate for the best player of the season, meanwhile, the score remained 43-28 in favor of the visitors.

His first two points of the night came with 2:08 remaining in the second quarter after an assist from the veteran. Andre Iguodala To make the score 55-35 at that time. So his record was 0-5 from the arc and 1-6 from the field. The first half went without Curry achieving his long-awaited treble and with his team trailing at 60-36.

According to data from ESPN Statistics and Information, Curry finished the first half without three for the first time this season, while only his two crypto units against Denver match his lowest points in the first two quarters of the game throughout the regular season from the past five seasons.

With 9:20 left in the third inning, the triple-record looked close as Curry went to the sighs streak after being fouled on more than one triple attempt. He hit the free three to score his first 5 points and move the score 60-41. So far he has made 6 3 point failed attempts.

When the clock ticked 03.9 seconds to stay at three, it was Curry’s first triple of the night and 3000 of his career. His dynasty made the score 74-61 in that time and he reached 8 points per game.

In the end, Curry fired and was close to leading Golden State to victory after scoring 23 points from 5-14 in threes, 6-16 from the field and 6-7 from the free streak; However, Denver maintained the lead it had since the first quarter to win 89-86.

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