LeBron James had a pair of three-pointers in his team’s loss to San Antonio on Sunday. Those two treys give him 101 for the season, the 10th season in his career that he had 100 or more three-pointers. By reaching that milestone, he became the 14th player in NBA history with 10 or more seasons with 100 or more three-pointers made.
James is one of 60 players this season that have 100 or more three-pointers. Leading the way is Houston’s James Harden with 215.
Ray Allen tops the list of most seasons with 100 or more three-pointers with 17.
Following are the 14 players who have 10 or more seasons with 100 or more threes made in a season.
17: Ray Allen
15: Reggie Miller, Paul Pierce
14: Jason Terry
13: Jamal Crawford, Kyle Korver
12: Joe Johnson
11: Chauncey Billups, Vince Carter, Jason Kidd
10: LeBron James, J.R. Smith, Peja Stojakovic, Nick Van Exel
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