Steph Curry Sets NBA Record for Most Three-Pointers in a Span of 2 Seasons

Bleacher Report MilestonesB/R StaffMarch 17, 2014

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, left, drives past Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Portland, Ore., Sunday, March 16, 2014. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)
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With 14 games remaining in the Golden State Warriors' 2013-14 campaign, Diamond Leung of the San Jose Mercury News reports that guard Stephen Curry has already set an NBA record for most three-pointers made over a span of two seasons.

Curry has hit 484 treys since the beginning of 2012-13, topping the previous two-season mark of 478 set by Ray Allen in 2004-05 and 2005-06 as a member of the Seattle SuperSonics.

Never one to be bashful when it comes to shooting, Curry stormed past Allen's record in impressive fashion during Sunday's 113-112 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.

Entering the contest tied at 478 three-pointers with the current Miami Heat shooting guard, Curry didn't score a point in the first quarter and didn't take sole possession of the two-season record until there were nine seconds remaining in the second quarter.

Once he had the record in hand, the Warriors' fifth-year point guard exploded for 28 second-half points, with five of his six three-pointers coming after the break. He made six of his 12 three-point attempts and 11 of his 24 field-goal attempts as part of a 37-point night.

With the two-season record locked down and the three-season record coming next year, health permitting, Curry may be done with milestones until 2014-15.

The single-season three-pointers recordheld by none other than himselfis not entirely out of reach, but would require an impressive hot streak.

Curry made an NBA-record 272 treys last season and he has 212 through 65 games in 2013-14. With the Warriors having played 68 games, Curry would need to play in each of the final 14 contests and average 4.36 three-pointers per game in order to set a new record.

He's averaging just 3.26 per game this season and he had 3.49 per game last season, so the single-season record should hold upat least for another year.

Before he retires, Curry will likely make a run at 300 treys in one season and only a fool would bet against the game's premier marksman hitting his mark.