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.
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."
[RUNNIN' PLAYS PODCAST: Listen to the latest episode]
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.
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.