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Entering the game, Curry trailed Guy Rodgers by one. He passed Rodgers in the third quarter when he set the table for Kelly Oubre Jr.
The Warriors subsequently aired a tribute to celebrate the achievement.
Curry’s name will undoubtedly be all over the Warriors’ record books. He’s already the franchise leader in made threes (2,671), is on pace to catch Chris Mullin’s all-time appearance mark (807) next season and needs 106 steals to chase down Mullin in that category, too.
Wilt Chamberlain’s scoring record is likely to go down this season since the gap between him and Curry only stands at 279 points.