NBA Historic Moment: Ray Allen Breaks All-Time 3-Point Record - Feb. 2011





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Published on Aug 21, 2011

With a pair of first-quarter 3-pointers, Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen matched and eclipsed Reggie Miller's NBA record of 2,560 career 3-pointers on February 10, 2011 against the Los Angeles Lakers.

In this video, Ray Allen hits 3-pointer No. 2,561 to break Reggie Miller's record!

"What I thought about is: 'Is it really going to happen?' " said Allen after the game. "I know I only needed two 3s, and on any other day, any other game, it seems like it would happen just like that. I wouldn't have to think about it. But that second three, it seemed like it was slow motion for me, because I saw the whole thing develop.

"As I've gotten older, I play the game and I can see it, somewhat in a second motion so to speak. Where the ball kind of comes slow, like somebody is slow-motioning on TV. That's exactly how it felt, because the minute we got the stop and [Rajon] Rondo got the ball, in my mind it just started, and I just said to myself, 'This is it.' "

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