"I said I've got the greatest shooting backcourt that's ever played the game. Call my bluff." That's what Golden State coach Mark Jackson said after the Warriors beat the Spurs in Game 2 to even the series. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have shot lights-out this season, but it's only one season. Where do you place the combination of Curry and Thompson among the NBA's best shooting backcourts of all time? Set your rankings below!

Best shooting backcourts

Hornacek and Stockton

Hornacek and Stockton

Jeff Hornacek and John Stockton
Utah Jazz: 1993-2000

Billups and Hamilton

Billups and Hamilton

Chauncey Billups and Richard Hamilton
Detroit Pistons: 2002-09

West and Goodrich

West and Goodrich

Jerry West and Gail Goodrich
Los Angeles Lakers: 1965-68, 1970-74

Frazier and Monroe

Frazier and Monroe

Walt Frazier and Earl Monroe
New York Knicks: 1971-77

Brown, Williams and Johnson

Brown, Williams and Johnson

Fred Brown, Gus Williams and Dennis Johnson
Seattle Super Sonics: 1974-80

Allen and Redd

Allen and Redd

Ray Allen and Michael Redd
Milwaukee Bucks: 2000-03

Nash and Johnson

Nash and Johnson

Steve Nash and Joe Johnson
Phoenix Suns: 2001-05

Jordan and Paxson

Jordan and Paxson

Michael Jordan and John Paxson
Chicago Bulls: 1985-93

Curry and Thompson

Curry and Thompson

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson
Golden State Warriors: 2011-present

Thomas and Dumars

Thomas and Dumars

Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars
Detroit Pistons: 1985-94

Hardaway and Majerle

Hardaway and Majerle

Tim Hardaway and Dan Majerle
Miami Heat: 1996-2001

Jackson and Miller

Jackson and Miller

Mark Jackson and Reggie Miller
Indiana Pacers: 1994-96, 1997-2000

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