Stephen Curry has accomplished another shooting milestone that no player in NBA history has ever reached.
The undeniable greatest shooter of all-time re-wrote the NBA record books in Game 4 against the Memphis Grizzlies, becoming the first player to ever hit 500 3-pointers in the playoffs.
Curry was already the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-pointers made in the playoffs, but now, he has set himself apart from the field as the only player to cross the threshold of 500 playoff 3-pointers.
This comes on the heels of a record-setting season, where Curry became the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-pointers made, surpassing Ray Allen back in December.
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It also adds to Curry’s long list of 3-point records, which also includes the most 3-pointers made in NBA Finals history with 121 (and counting).
Below you can find the all-time leaders for 3-pointers made in the NBA Playoffs and NBA Finals.
Most 3-pointers in NBA Playoff history
Curry became the all-time leader during the 2019 postseason when he passed Ray Allen. He has since built a large lead over the field and is now putting even more distance between himself and LeBron James who did not make the playoffs in 2022.
Curry leads the pack with 500 3-pointers made, but there are plenty of active players who rank in the top 10.
His teammate Klay Thompson and 76ers teammates James Harden and Danny Green are all still adding to their playoff 3-pointers total this postseason.
Others like LeBron James and Kevin Durant will surely add to their total in the coming years.
The only inactive players in the top 10 are Ray Allen, Manu Ginobili, Reggie Miller and J.R. Smith. The next-closest active player to claim a spot in the top 10 is Paul George (258 3PM), who is 36 3-pointers shy of passing Smith.
Most 3-pointers in NBA Finals history
Should the Warriors make it to the NBA Finals, Curry will have yet another chance to add to one of his other 3-point records.
James’ 10 NBA Finals appearances have him ranked second, while Thompson isn’t all that far behind in third. Green and Durant are the only other active players in the top 10 who are still hoping to climb up this leaderboard.
The next-closest active player to crack the top 10 is Andre Iguodala, who could add to his total if the Warriors make the Finals this season and he recovers from a neck injury that has kept him out in this series against the Grizzlies so far.