Ray Allen made 2,973 3-pointers in his career -- the most in NBA history.
Steph Curry is currently seventh all-time at 2,129.
Klay Thompson is at No. 24 with 1,557 makes.
Over the weekend, Allen and Curry played some golf in the American Century Championship in Tahoe.
The day before the tournament started, Allen was a guest on The Dan Patrick Show, and the following back-and-forth took place:
Patrick: "You at your best vs Steph Curry at his best. Who's a better shooter?"
Allen: "Ummmmmm (pause) ... you know, Dan -- I always compare myself how I played more to Klay Thompson. Just watching Steph, he's somewhat in a world of his own because he's got great handles and he has the ball 80 percent of the time, so..
Patrick: "Just a shooting contest. Just shooting contest. It's you, Steph, Klay -- you pick your spot -- who is the better shooter out of you three?"
Allen: "Ummmm. Again, I think it would be a helluva shooting contest. But what I would do -- I would put them on the move ... they're both not stand-still shooters, but moving backwards, moving left to right, front to back in 3s -- and both of them can do that well -- that is really where you see shooting at its finest. The 3-point contest is fun and it is interesting, but imagine if you adapted a contest where you had to start in one position to get to the next spot and then shoot it and make that shot. That would be a much more interesting contest."
Thanks for not answering the question whatsoever, Ray!
But don't worry everybody. We know how things would turn out...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller