Steph Curry gives Reggie Miller high five after win vs. Lakers

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Steph high fives Reggie immediately after win over Lakers originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Just two of the greatest shooters in the history of the NBA dapping it up after the game. 

Immediately after the buzzer sounded to seal the Warriors' opening night 121-114 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, Steph Curry made a beeline for one of the commentators of Tuesday night's game, who also happens to be a Hall of Famer. 

Reggie Miller, the five-time NBA All-Star and three-time All-NBA sharpshooter previously held the No. 2 spot behind another Hall of Famer, Ray Allen, on the NBA's all-time 3-point list before Curry passed him last season. 

Miller (2,560 3-pointers) now finds himself in a distant third behind Curry (2,834) and Allen (2,973) on the list, with Curry expected to pass Allen this season and claim the top spot. 

After draining two 3-pointers Tuesday night, Curry needs just 140 more to pass Allen. Miller, on the other hand, can only watch as the Warriors' superstar pulls further and further away from him in the rankings. 

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