Stephen Curry climbs up NBA's all-time 3-point list in War­riors' win over Bulls

Lodi News-Sentinel - - SPORTS - By Mark Me­d­ina

OAK­LAND — The Golden State War­riors cruised to a 146-109 vic­tory over the Chicago Bulls on Fri­day for a pretty sim­ple rea­sons.

Klay Thomp­son (30 points), Stephen Curry (28) and Kevin Du­rant (22) are pretty good at bas­ket­ball.

With the War­riors lead­ing by as many as 44 points, the only in­trigu­ing el­e­ments in­volved some mile­stones.

Curry sur­passed Ja­son Terry for third place on the NBA’s all-time list in ca­reer 3-point­ers. Curry, who went 5-of-11 from the perime­ter, has 2,283 ca­reer 3-point­ers and only trails Ray Allen (2,973) and Reg­gie Miller (2,560).

Thomp­son, who went 7-of-11 from the perime­ter, did not ex­actly come close to sur­pass­ing the NBA record 14 3-point­ers he made in Chicago on Oct. 29. But he opened the first quar­ter mak­ing his first 3 3-point­ers.

The War­riors (28-14) have a three­game win­ning streak en­ter­ing a twogame trip in Dal­las (Sun­day) and Den­ver (Tuesday).

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