During the Raptors-Lakers game, D’Angelo Russell created NBA history.

Moving up the NBA’s all-time three-pointers chart is D’Angelo Russell.

UPDATE: On the all-time list of three-pointers made, D’Angelo Russell is now tied with Allan Houston for 66th place.


The Toronto Raptors will play the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night in California.


D’Angelo Russell created NBA history during the game when he passed Mike Dunleavy (1,304) for the exclusive right to 67th place on the all-time record of three-pointers made.


Allan Houston (1,305) will be the next guy Russell passes after Dunleavy.


Before the game, Russell had averaged 14.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 6.1 assists per game while playing in 33 games and shooting 46.2% from the field and 38.5% from three-point range.


With an 18-19 record through their first 37 games, the Lakers are the tenth seed in the Western Conference.


They have won three of their last seven games, going 3-7 overall. Most recently, they defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 106-103.


Russell scored 13 points, disheveled six assists, grabbed one steal, and blocked one in his 31 minutes of action.


On Thursday night in Los Angeles, California, the Lakers will host Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns after the Raptors.


In eighteen games, they are 12-6 at home


Russell, who is in his eighth season in the NBA, was selected second overall out of Ohio State in the 2015 NBA Draft.


In addition to his stint with the Brooklyn Nets, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Golden State Warriors, he is currently in his second season with the Lakers.


In 528 regular season games (he has also played in 27 NBA playoff games), he has averaged 17.5 points, 3.4 rebounds, 5.7 assists, and 1.1 steals per game while shooting 42.8% from the field and 36.3% from three-point range.




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