Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors became the first player in NBA history to make 400 3-pointers in a single season during Wednesday’s regular-season finale against the Memphis Grizzlies at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif.
Curry’s milestone trey came with 11:17 remaining in the third quarter and gave him 28 points on the night. He entered the game with 392 makes from long distance on the year.
On Feb. 27, Curry broke his own 3-point record with his 287th trey of the season. In the 2014-15 season, Curry made 286 3-pointers en route to his first NBA MVP Award.
Curry also made 272 3s in the 2012-13 season, passing Ray Allen‘s record total of 269 in 2005-06.
Golden State is on the verge of its 73rd win this season, eclipsing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls — who went 72-10 — for the most victories in a single season. The Warriors led the Grizzlies 102-81 after three quarters.