Stephen Curry is the undisputed leader in playoff three-pointers made, with 618 in 147 games played across eight postseason campaigns. What’s more impressive about Curry’s staggering number is that he played the fewest games among the other players on the list.
Fun Fact: Steph Curry is still leading the playoffs in total points and 3-pointers. pic.twitter.com/GKgQNPlent
— StatMuse (@statmuse) May 19, 2023
Klay Thompson, Curry’s teammate and the other half of the “Splash Brothers,” sits second on the list with 501 playoff three-pointers in 158 games and eight postseason campaigns. The duo of Thompson and Curry was vital to Golden State’s consistent chances in NBA championship odds. Additionally, these two pioneered the three-point revolution in the modern NBA.
Welcome to the 500 Threes Club!
Klay Thompson joins Stephen Curry as the only players in NBA playoff history to reach the mark. pic.twitter.com/8zHlI8vTXZ
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 13, 2023
“The King” LeBron James has successfully adapted to the modern play of the league as he’s racked up 456 three-pointers in 266 playoff games, where he appeared in 16 postseason runs. Following him on the list were Jame Harden and Ray Allen, who canned 400 and 385 shots from downtown in their 160 and 171 games, respectively.
Rounding out the top-10 list were combinations of active and retired players: Kevin Durant (361 three-pointers in 166 playoff games), Manu Ginobili (324 three-pointers in 218 playoff games), Reggie Miller (320 three-pointers in 144 playoff games), Danny Green (315 three-pointers in 169 playoff games), and J.R. Smith (294 three-pointers in 140 playoff games).
NBA Players With Most Playoff Three-Pointers
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