Stephen Curry Tracker Odds: Will the 3-Point Record Fall vs. the 76ers?
Jane Tyska/Digital First Media/East Bay Times via Getty Images. Pictured: Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors, Seth Curry #31 of the Philadelphia 76ers.
Thursday Dec. 9 Update: Curry hit six 3-pointers against the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night and he his now 10 made 3s away from the all-time 3-point record. Curry and the Golden State Warriors begin a five-game road trip that starts with the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday
PointsBet has updated their Curry 3-point record prop — the odds for Curry to surpass the all-time mark in over 3.5 games is +310 and under 3.5 games is -400. They have also update the odds for the exact game Curry will break the record.
Which Game Will Stephen Curry Break the 3-Point Record?
Stephen Curry is creeping up on history.
He is 16 made 3-pointers away from breaking Ray Allen’s career mark of 2973 3-pointers and he’s on pace to go far beyond that mark in this season alone.
Curry already holds the record for most 3s made in a single season (402 in 2016), in playoff history (470) and NBA Finals history (121). But this record will mean a little bit more to him.
“I’ll talk about it when it happens,” Curry told the media on Monday. “You’re gonna make me cry up here, bruh. Don’t do that. Don’t do that.”
Lucky for us, PointsBet has offered odds for predicting when he breaks the record. PointsBet has set the line at Over/Under the next 3.5 games for Curry to break the record. The Under is currently -176 and the Over is +130.
They also offered odds on which game he breaks the record in.
Stephen Curry 3-Point Record Odds
|vs. Portland Trail Blazers (12/8)||+6000|
|vs. Philadelphia 76ers (12/11)||+900|
|vs. Indiana Pacers (12/13)||-110|
|vs. New York Knicks (12/14)||+170|
|vs. Boston Celtics (12/17)||+1100|
The Golden State Warriors play at home against the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. Curry needs 15 3s to tie and 16 to break the record–a tall task but certainly not out of the question at +6000 odds.
“What is it, 15?” Curry said. “That’s funny because I know what that means is Klay’s record and all that, too. So we will see. … If you’ve seen the way I’ve played, especially recently, I’m not shy about shooting the ball, so the game will dictate what that looks like. I’m not coming out with that as the true goal of how I play, but crazier things have happened.”
His head coach Steve Kerr won’t be surprised if Curry launches a few more threes than usual.
“I’m fully aware he’s 15 away,” Kerr said. “I’m guessing he’s going to shoot a lot against Portland on Wednesday. He’s Steph Curry — so anything’s possible.”
Curry’s total 3s made against Portland is currently set at 5.5, -154 for the Over and +115 for the Under on PointsBet.
This will likely be Curry’s only opportunity to set the record in front of his home crowd–barring an injury or slump. The Warriors play their next five games on the road.