ESPN’s NBA Countdown to Show Every 3-Pointer Stephen Curry Has Made This Season


ESPN’s NBA Countdown to Show Every 3-Pointer Stephen Curry Has Made This Season

As ESPN continues to document the Golden State Warriors’ historic season, ESPN’s NBA Countdown will show every 3-pointer that Stephen Curry has made this season during its Friday, April 1 episode at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN and WatchESPN.

 How it will work:

All 356 of Curry’s 3-pointers (entering 3/30) will be shown in succession, in segments broken down by month. The segments will be presented in a variety of ways, and will include analysis from several ESPN NBA commentators, as well as graphics on Curry’s historic season.

Mark Gross, ESPN senior vice president, production:

“What better way to commemorate Stephen Curry’s remarkable season than by showing every one of his made 3’s? Our production team will present these highlights in creative ways that we hope fans will enjoy. You’ll see his first 3-pointer of the season (Oct. 27, vs. New Orleans), through his memorable game-winning shot against Oklahoma City (Feb. 27), all the way up to his most recent 3-pointer – and everything in between – paired with commentary from many of the best analysts in the business.”

Sage Steele will host this special edition of NBA Countdown alongside analysts Jalen Rose and Chauncey Billups. The trio will provide commentary throughout the show, with additional analysis from Mike Breen, Mark Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy, Mike Tirico, Doris Burke, Hubie Brown, Jon Barry, Bruce Bowen and P.J. Carlesimo,

This special edition of NBA Countdown will precede an ESPN NBA doubleheader, which will feature the Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry hosting the Boston Celtics at 10:30 p.m. In the early game, the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James will visit the Atlanta Hawks at 8 p.m.


Media contacts: Ben Cafardo at 860-766-3496 or [email protected] (@Ben_ESPN);

Gianina Thompson at 860-766-7022 or [email protected] (@Gianina_ESPN).


Ben Cafardo

I lead communications strategy and execution for ESPN’s NBA, MLB, FIBA and Little League World Series properties. I’m also a proud consumer of all things ESPN.
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