Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry moved one spot closer to the top of the NBA’s all-time three-pointers list on Friday night.

Curry entered the game, against the Chicago Bull, two treys behind former Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Terry for third all-time. He would hit just one in the opening half of the game but came out after recess ready to make some moves.

Just over 90-seconds into the second half, Curry matched Terry and then climbed overtop of him on the very next trip down the court.

This comes less than a week after he leap frogged Kyle Korver of the Utah Jazz for fourth place.

Curry now has 2,283 career three-pointers, giving some notice to Ray Allen (2,973) and Reggie Miller (2,560) that he is coming for them and some NBA history. And there is little doubt he can get there as he is only 30 years of age.

Should Curry stay healthy, we could see him pass Miller later this season and hit the new mark during the 2021-22 NBA season. But the way he can shoot, it could be even sooner.

Since being drafted seventh overall in 2009, Curry has been the catalyst in leading the transformation of the NBA into a three-point league. He has led the league in three-pointers for five consecutive seasons (2012-17) and owns four of the top five single season performances from downtown, including the top three spots.

Curry is the only player in NBA history to hit 300 triples in a season, something he has done twice. During the 2015-16 season, he drained an NBA record 402 three-pointers, which still stands today.

Since his breakout campaign during the 2012-13 season, Curry has made over 200 three-pointers in each of the past six seasons and is well on his way to doing it again this year, even though he was sidelined with a groin injury this season.