Wizards guard Bradley Beal made history on Monday night against the Milwaukee Bucks when he became the youngest NBA player ever to reach 700 career three-pointers.
Here are some notes and numbers to put his accomplishment into perspective...
Beal was the youngest to get to 700 threes by just four days, beating out - you guessed it - J.R. Smith. Okay, that was unexpected. The top five as a whole, however, is some great company for Beal to be associated with:
Bradley Beal - 24 years, 145 days
J.R. Smith - 24 years, 149 days
Kevin Durant - 24 years, 198 days
Gilbert Arenas - 24 years, 316 days
Kyrie Irving - 24 years, 364 days
Beal hit another three against the Bucks and now has 701 total in his career.
That's tied for fourth-most among NBA players before their 25th birthday. It's the same list of names as above with Arenas having the most at 779. Beal has to hit 79 more threes by the end of this season to pass him, as Beal turns 25 in June.
That is definitely feasible.
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Beal is one of only 35 players in NBA history to reach 700 threes while shooting 39 percent or better. The list is a 'who's who' of the best three-point shooters of all-time like Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Ray Allen and Reggie Miller.
Beal, by the way, has shot at a couple percentage points higher than Miller and Dennis Scott.
The list of players who have 700 or more while making at least two threes per game is even more exclusive.
Only 15 players can say that about themselves and 12 of the 15 are active. The three who aren't are Allen, Arenas and Peja Stojakovic.
The contemporaries include Curry, Thompson, James Harden, Isaiah Thomas and Damian Lillard.
Beal is one of only two players in Wizards/Bullets franchise history to reach the 700 career three-pointers mark.
Arenas has the franchise record with 868 and he and Beal are far and away the best. Antawn Jamison is third with 646. Here is the top five:
Gilbert Arenas, 868
Bradley Beal, 701
Antawn Jamison, 646
Chris Whitney, 489
John Wall, 445
Arenas and Beal are also the only two players in franchise history to average two more or more threes made per game.
Beal has the highest three-point percentage in franchise history among players with at least 400 attempts. Martell Webster (39.7%), Brent Price (39.5%) and Otto Porter (39.5%) are right behind him.