Draymond Green revealed how many triples Stephen Curry will take advantage of Ray Allen

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Stephen Curry became the all-time leading quarterback in NBA history and Draymond Green revealed how many triples he would take from Ray Allen.

Stephen Curry and Draymond Green
© Tim Nwachukwu / Getty ImagesStephen Curry and Draymond Green

The pressure went away and Stephen Curry watched as the ball went into the basket to become the all-time triple in NBA history during the game Golden State Warriors Vs. New York Knicks of December 14, 2021. Ray Allen was left behind and Draymond Green he was encouraged to say how many triples he would take out ‘The Chef’ in the former NBA.

With just over 5 minutes left in the Warriors Vs. Knicks, Curry scored the two triples that allowed him to reach and overcome Allen’s 2,973 three-point shots in 18 NBA seasons. And as a horse he manages to keep going, Stephen is already starting to distance Allen from the list of the greatest triplets in history.

Expert analysts predict that Stephen Curry will finish the 2021-22 NBA season with 437 triples scored, which would represent the best brand in a campaign. Another record that would have the Golden State Warriors star and the distance in front of Ray Allen is starting to be significant.

Curry signed a million-dollar contract extension with the Warriors until the 2025-26 season, and with the retirement still a long way off, Draymond Green was encouraged to reveal how many triples Stephen Curry will take advantage of Ray Allen.

Stephen Curry will take more than 1,000 triples to Ray Allen according to Draymond Green

«It simply came to our notice then. He got it and ultimately I think he will end up breaking the record by a thousand more triples. So, bottom line is that I’m really looking forward to it. » Draymond Green stated about the advantage that will take Ray Allen to the list of top three-goal scorers in NBA history.

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