Statistically, Tom Brady has a higher percentage of making the Super Bowl than Steph Curry does of making a three-pointer
You're given $10,000 and you have to bet on one: Tom Brady making the Super Bowl or Steph Curry making a three-pointer. It seems like it'd be an obvious choice; Tom Brady might be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time but making a single three-pointer is a lot easier than making it all the way to the Super Bowl over the course of an entire NFL season. However, in his 19 years as an NFL starter, Brady has made the Super Bowl on nine occasions, which is about 47 percent of the time. Curry has attempted 5739 three-pointers in his career and made 2495 of them, giving him roughly a 43 percent success rate. That means, statistically, it's been more likely for Brady to make the Super Bowl than for Curry to make a three-pointer over the course of their careers.