The truth is that Steph Curry is in a class of his own when it comes to shooting the ball from 3-point territory.
But Miami Heat guard Duncan Robinson did have a pretty special season when it comes to shooting the ball from beyond the arc.
In 2014-15, Curry went 384-for-878 (43.7 percent) over 101 regular season and playoff games combined.
In 2015-16, the two-time NBA MVP went 482-for-1,084 (44.5 percent) over 97 total games.
Robinson this season made 332 of his 762 attempts (43.6 percent) across 94 games.
Klay Thompson is not in the Curry-Robinson club, because while he drilled 374 total 3s (276 in the regular season and 98 during the playoffs) in 2015-16, he "only" made 43 percent of his attempts.
What a slacker (sarcasm font).