Atlanta Hawks’ Trae Young made NBA history on Friday, making his 400th three-pointer career in the fewest games ever. He has achieved this in just 159 games and is only the 10th player in Hawks history to have this total.
The previous record holder was Damian Lillard, who made 400 threes in 163 games, followed by Donovan Mitchell (170), Klay Thompson (171) and Robert Covington (178).
Young is one of the most dynamic shooters in the NBA and is only 22 years old. The number 5 in the 2018 NBA draft currently averages 27.0 points, 8.6 assists, and 4.2 rebounds per game, while a career best of 0.368 is shot from a distance.