Steph Curry moved closer to Ray Allen's all-time NBA record for 3-pointers in the Warriors' 104-94 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night at Chase Center.
Needing 15 to tie and 16 to break the Allen's record of 2,973, Curry hit six 3-pointers against a depleted Blazers team missing Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum.
Curry started the game slow from distance, as he missed his first four 3-pointers. He finished the first half with 4-of-12 from long range and scored 14 points.
In the third quarter, Curry hit just two shots, both 3-pointers, to push his total for the game to six.
Curry didn't make any 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, scoring only two points to finish with 22 in the Warriors' win over the Blazers. He now has 2,964 in his career.
The Warriors begin a five-game road trip Saturday against the Philadelphia 76ers, and Curry needs 10 3-pointers to break Allen's record.