Steph Curry of the Warriors drills another historic three-pointer against the Nets.

Steph Curry, the Warriors' star and the NBA's all-time three-point leader, swished the 3,500th three-pointer of his career on Saturday night.

Curry, widely regarded as the best shooter of all time, nailed the historic three-pointer during Golden State's game versus the Nets at Chase Center.

Curry curved around a screen at the top of the key and shot his trademark fade three to the right side to break the record. 

Nearly two years have passed since Curry overtook Ray Allen as the league's all-time three-point leader on December 14, 2021, when he made his 3,500th triple in career.

The 35-year-old Curry is still as good as ever, despite the Warriors' 10–14 start to the season. This season, he is hitting 41.3% from three-point range and 46% from the field. 

In addition, he is much above his career average—28.6 points per game—through the first two months of the season.

In order to win their sixth NBA title since the point guard joined the team 14 years ago,

Curry and the Warriors will undoubtedly need to start playing better basketball together, but for the time being, his shooting ability is still incredible.

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