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Ray Allen finally did it. On a night when the Celtics were facing the Lakers on TNT, Allen hit his second three of the night and 2,561st of his career, breaking the all-time record held by Reggie Miller (who was in attendance as a TNT announcer).
Allen tied the record with a three at the top of the key with 4:15 to go in the first quarter. He then hit the record-breaker with 1:48 to go in the quarter, and went over to hug Miller, who retired in 2004-2005. He hit his record mark in 1,389 games, while Ray reached it in just 1,074 games.
Watch how it went down: