Stephen Curry says he'll challenge brother Seth in National Basketball Association 3-point contest

Steph Curry, Dirk Nowitzki Invited To Compete In 3-Point Contest

Steph Curry, Dirk Nowitzki Invited To Compete In 3-Point Contest

He has connected on just 26% of his three through 16 games this season, but everybody is hoping he'll commit to the 3-Point contest one last time in Charlotte.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski has confirmed that Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry will compete in the Three-Point Contest at this year's NBA All-Star Game.

"The 3-point shootout will be fun with the Curry brothers", the Warriors star told ESPN on Friday night.

Steph Curry has not indicated whether he will be in this year's contest, set for February 16.

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Their father, Dell, played 10 seasons for the Charlotte Hornets. He's now a TV analyst for the Hornets. "I know he's going to be gunning for me, though".

Last year, Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker outlasted the seven other competitors to win the 3-Point crown and one would assume that he'll have the option to defend his title in Charlotte next month.

Stephen is second in the National Basketball Association in 3-pointers this season with 191, trailing only James Harden, who has 220.

"I think so", Seth said on Fox Sports 1′s "Undisputed" a year ago when asked whether he's a better shooter than his older brother. Seth, who plays for the Portland Trail Blazers, is shooting 48 percent on 3-pointers, second best in the National Basketball Association this month. "We have our battles in the backyard. He's helped me a lot throughout my career". His three-time NBA Champion brother, Steph, is shooting 44.4% from three and is second in the NBA in three-point shots made this season with 191.

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