Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have been a deadly duo from behind the arc this season, and they might just be the best pair of three point shooters ever. After last night’s win against the Suns, Curry and Thompson sit at a combined 438 made three pointers this season, the most by any two teammates in a single season in NBA history. The previous record was held by the 1995-96 Orlando Magic’s Dennis Scott and Nick Anderson.
Curry leads the NBA with 243 threes this season, and needs just 26 to tie the individual player single season record of 269, held by Ray Allen. With 6 games remaining in the season, he has a good shot at eclipsing that total. He is also third in the NBA in 3P% among eligible players at 45.3%. Only one other player in NBA history (Glen Rice) has made 200 threes in a season and shot at least 45% on his attempts. Thompson hasn't been half bad either, sitting at third in the league in threes made at 195 and shooting a healthy 39.6%.