It took just 15 days for Brady Heslip’s NBA D-League record of 11 three-pointers in one game to be broken.
By Brady Heslip.
That’s right: After sinking 11 threes in his professional debut on Nov. 14, the Reno Bighorns sniper one-upped himself on Saturday with 13 in a 45-point explosion in his fifth career game. (The Bighorns as a team also cracked the record books with an incredible 28 treys on 55 attempts.)
You’d have a hard time replicating Heslip’s early-season numbers in NBA 2K15: 34.8 points per game, 45-of-75 (60%) from beyond the arc and a 75.2 effective field-goal percentage. He’s been given the green light in “The System” that David Arseneault Jr. has brought to Reno, and his shot chart reflects that: