In the last decade and a half, the National Basketball Association - or more commonly known as the NBA - has experienced some of the most extreme changes in the way basketball has been played in the history of the sport. Since the addition of the three-point line in 1979, teams have had the option to shoot from beyond the arc, but it has not been fully utilized. That all changed when Stephen Curry, who is widely regarded as the greatest shooter of all time, joined the league. Since joining the league in 2009, the league has seen a drastic uptick in three-point shots attempted and made. Teams have been adjusting their play from attacking the paint to spreading out on the perimeter, leaving room on the inside of the arc, as well as threatening more three-point attempts.