When Bradley Beal knocked down the first of his two 3-point makes Monday against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Washington Wizards shooting guard didn’t just add three points to the scoreboard — he also became the youngest ever in NBA history to bury 700 career triples. This according to NBA.com/stats‘ tweet, welcoming Beal to the 700 3-pointers club. With his accomplishment, Bradley Beal has bested the likes of former Wizards sharpshooter Gilbert Arenas, J.R. Smith, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Durant as the youngest ever to drain 700 long bombs.
Bradley Beal becomes youngest player ever to make 700 career 3-pointers
Clutch Points | Nov 21