Steph Curry was the presumptive favorite going into Sunday night's 3-Point Contest and did not disappoint.
Curry won the event for the second time in his storied career, knocking down the final money ball to edge out Mike Conley with a 28-point showing in the second round.
Steph recorded NBA-record 31 points in the first round, advancing to round two along with Conley and Jayson Tatum.
Conley set the pace with 27 points in the final round, and Curry was sitting on 26 with one money ball left. He swished it.
Steph previously won the 3-point contest back in 2015, but hadn't been the victor in his other five career appearances in the All-Star Weekend event.
Arguably the greatest shooter in NBA history, Curry now has added another milestone to his decorated NBA career.