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NBA players react to Steph Curry breaking the 3-point record

Steph Curry

NBA players were ecstatic seeing Curry breaking the record

Steph Curry has finally made history surpassing Ray Allen as the all-time leader in three-pointers made at the world's largest stage, Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks. Curry did it in the first quarter, which caused a lot of excitement among the fans and him especially. You could see he was extremely emotional for finally achieving something that everyone had been expecting for over a week now.

The entire NBA community is proud of Steph's achievement, and a lot of the players have shared their respect for Curry on their social media channels.

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