Curry scored his 2,285th three-pointer against the Chicago Bulls in the 146-109 blowout.
The Warriors guard is known as one of the best shooters in NBA history, and is likely to add to that number as his career goes on.
In 2016, he became the league’s first ever unanimous MVP after leading the Warriors with an average of 23.8 points-per-game, and a three point average of .443.
And this season, despite an early injury, he has looked at his scintillating best.
Through the first half of the year, Curry has scored an average of 28.8 points-per-game.
And on Friday night, he passed Jason Terry into third on the all-time three-pointer list.
But Durant insisted there was still more to come from his superstar team-mate.
“It’s definitely cool,” he said.
“But we all know he’s going to break the record
“He sets such a high standard, a high bar.
“It is cool, but you got, what, another season or two before you get to the No. 1 spot.
“Then you’re going to shatter that record.
“So I’m waiting for that.”
Curry admitted that he was humbled by earning the number three spot.
Speaking to reporters after the blowout win, Curry spoke about the two players in front of him, Reggie Miller and Ray Allen.
“It’s just a special accomplishment,” he said.
“In terms of two guys that I know are trendsetters in stretching the imagination of the 3-point game.
“Doing it for many, many, many years, and people that I looked up to as a young kid playing the game.”