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Re: Curry passes Miller for 2nd most all time 3s
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2021, 10:59:05 PM »

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Times are a changing.  I mean he basically did this in 9 seasons.  Curry is the greatest shooter ever, but no one should be 2nd all time in a totals category after basically 9 seasons at this point in league history and he will pass Allen early next year at his current pace.  So 10 seasons to set the all time record. 
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SG - Chet Walker 67, Michael Cooper 87, Raja Bell 06
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PF - Karl Malone 97, Spencer Haywood 73, David West 08
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Re: Curry passes Miller for 2nd most all time 3s
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2021, 11:20:52 PM »

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I guess there is a reason he is a two time MVP and three time NBA champ.

He's the best outside shooter ever.

Not very surprising.

Re: Curry passes Miller for 2nd most all time 3s
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2021, 12:03:08 AM »

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I guess there is a reason he is a two time MVP and three time NBA champ.

He's the best outside shooter ever.

Not very surprising.
if only....
https://www.espn.com/blog/boston/celtics/post/_/id/4690318/insider-cs-shopping-rondo

Boston is aggressively shopping Rondo, according to sources. The Celtics find Rondo's personality to be too high-maintenance and his clashes with coach Doc Rivers continue. With the Celtics having realized they are no longer title contenders, they don't believe the payoff is worth the headaches Rondo brings, sources say. And they do not want to build around him. In December, the Celtics had discussions with Golden State about a Stephen Curry-for-Rondo deal, and one source says it was Golden State that decided against pulling the trigger. But Curry's recent ankle injuries, which have caused him several problems in his short career, have given the Celtics pause. The potential trade is still being discussed by Boston's braintrust, but they aren't sure they want to go forward with it. It also isn't clear whether the Warriors would be willing to do it. Other players would have to be thrown in to make it work financially.