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Warriors guard Stephen Curry is only one 3-pointer away from matching Reggie Miller's record of 58 for the most from long distance in a single NBA postseason. Curry can break the record in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals at Houston on Saturday in his 13th playoff game this season. Miller, who set the record playing in 22 games in 2000 for Indiana, appeared happy to pass the torch. "As for my record, the great rock band Queen says it best, 'Another One Bites The Dust,' " Miller wrote Friday on Instagram. "Mr Curry, the floor is yours!!" Oakland Tribune

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On keeping up with all of his milestones: Nowitzki: “Actually, (10K rebounds) was a big one for me because when I first got in the league, I wouldn’t say I was a very good rebounder, so over the years I think I developed into a decent rebounder. So the 10K meant a lot to me, to be in the 25K (points) and 10K (rebounds) club is pretty special for me. But all these milestones are unbelievable once I retire and look back at it, so I’m going to keep piling up a few more over the next couple years and then slowly fade away.” Dallas Morning News

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Did you realize that you were among active players the guy who had played in the most regular-season games without a playoff appearance? Yes, I was aware of that. I try not to think about it, try to forget about it, but I knew it existed. Yeah, it was frustrating, for sure, every year preparing and having faith. Then that year’s going to be over and same result, same result, same result, year after another. Ten years, you know? It took me 10 years to finally get there. How sweet is it to finally break that drought? It feels good. It feels good. The stormy days are past me. I’m glad the drought is over. It’s going to be behind me, and hopefully I can play for another 10 years and make the playoffs in those 10 years. [Laughs.] ESPN.com

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