Joe Harris, who came into the weekend shooting a career-high 50.1 percent from 3-point land, shocked a capacity crowd in Steph Curry’s hometown by knocking down 26 points in the final round, beating Curry’s score of 24.

“Obviously it’s incredible,” Harris said.

“Steph is the greatest shooter of all time. Again, shooting off of the rack for a minute is not indicative of being a better shooter than Steph Curry. I don’t want anybody to get it twisted at all. He’s come in and won this thing [in 2015] and lost. He’s participated a number of different times. So for me to come in my first time and to win obviously is quite a surreal experience.”

Curry, who won the event in 2015, initially said this was “most likely” the final time he would participate in the event, but afterward said he didn’t know whether he would come back toward the end of his career.

Not sure it’s as taxing as a dunk contest, but clearly he knows winning is not automatic, and every L just puts a little dent in his 3 point shooting legacy. 

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