John Wall added another Wizards franchise record to his résumé on Sunday night, one that was probably inevitable ever since he joined the organization back in 2010.

With his 11th assist against the Golden State Warriors, Wall set the Wizards/Bullets record for assists in a single season. It was his 802nd, one more than Rod Strickland's 801 set back in 1997-98 with the Bullets.

Watch Wall's record-breaking assist right here:

Wall also set a new career-high earlier in the game with his second assist of the night. He entered the matchup with 791 this season and ended up surpassing his previous best of 792 set back in 2014-15.

Wall began the day averaging 10.7 assists per game. If that holds, it will be the most in his career. He has averaged 10 assists or more in each of the last two seasons.

Wall also owns the franchise record for assists in his career. He broke Wes Unseld's mark on Nov. 7 of this season. On Dec. 14, Wall broke the franchise record for career steals.

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