Steph Curry is the show.
Need more proof? Curry looking to break Ray Allen's career 3-point record Tuesday night when the Warriors play the New York Knicks has resulted in the most-expensive ticket on the secondary market ever for a Knicks game at Madison Square Garden.
Here are the prices via StubHub, as of 1 p.m. PT. Tipoff is at 4:30 p.m. PT.
A pair of courtside tickets were bought on StubHub for over $24,000.
Curry enters Tuesday night with 2,972 career 3-pointers. His next make will tie Allen's record of 2,973, and two more officially will make Curry the king of 3s.
It's fitting that Curry breaks the record at the Mecca of Basketball, too. He showed the world he was ready for superstardom in 2013 with 54 points at MSG, and always has dominated the Knicks on the road.
Curry literally has made more 3-pointers than he has missed at The Garden, shooting 51.1 percent from deep. In 20 total games against the Knicks -- on the road and at home -- he has averaged 25.3 points per game while shooting nearly 49 percent from 3.
And don't forget, Curry was taken by the Warriors with the No. 7 pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. The Knicks owned the No. 8 pick.
Get ready for another night of the Steph Curry show. It just might cost you an arm and a leg, and then some.