With one game remaining, Stephen Curry is just two three-pointers shy of breaking Ray Allen's single-season record of 269 made threes.
"He should be done with that by the end of the first quarter," Jarrett Jack said.
Curry is shooting 45.5 percent on three-pointers and is averaging almost 3.5 baskets from long range over the 77 games he has played.
"I don't know who second place is for the best shooter in the world," Mark Jackson said. "But he certainly has first place tied up."
Curry admits he wants Allen's record. The biggest challenge against the Portland Trail Blazers, he said, might be just trying not to think about the mark every time he shoots.
"You just hope it happens. Obviously, I know about it," Curry said. "You just try to play your game, and obviously shooting the ball is a part of it. I'm not going to force it. But it'd be nice to do it."