Steph Curry is the greatest 3-point shooter in the history of basketball.

Boom, end of story.

His dad, Dell, shot 40.19 percent from deep over his 16-year NBA career, while making 1,245 3s -- the 62nd most ever.

Steph's brother, Seth, owns the second-best career 3-point mark at 44.32 percent.

And speaking of Seth --  he recently was a guest on "The JJ Redick Podcast" and was asked the following question:

Redick: "Let's say you're in a shooting game -- five shooters (on each) side. Three of your shooters are you and your two family members. Who are your other two shooters? A lot of money on the line."

Seth: "One is gonna be Ray Allen for sure. Give me Ray Allen. I'm gonna ride with JJ Redick. That was my guy growing up. When I went on my visit (to Duke), I think Coach (Mike Krzyzewski) knew. He pulled me into the video room and he had the JJ Redick senior (year) highlight tape playing. It hooked me in from there."

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If Seth didn't include Redick, there's no way he ever would have been invited back on the pod! All kidding aside, Redick is a great choice. 

He is at 41.57 percent so far, and is tied for the 14th-most makes at 1,860.

Allen shot over 40 percent for his career, and is No. 1 all time in made 3s with 2,973.

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So who would these five go against? Yours truly is gonna go with ...

...  Klay Thompson, Reggie Miller, Steve Kerr, Steve Nash and Kyle Korver.

Now that would be a lot of fun to watch.

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