Paul George moved up on an all-time list again.
Paul George recently made history during the Clippers’ game against the Sacramento Kings, and it looks like he’s done it again.
On Tuesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Paul George passed Jason Kidd of 14th place on the NBA’s all-time three-point field goal list with 1,989 made threes. George finished the night with 1,990 made threes. It’s going to be tough for Paul George to make any movement after getting in the number 14 spot since the next above him is Kyle Lowry. Lowry has 2,061 made three-pointers and will continue to make more, so it may be a few more seasons before George catches him.
The more important thing for Paul George is to have the Clippers finally start winning games instead of making history. The LA Clippers have lost every single game with an 0-3 record since the All-Star break, with a combined 62 turnovers. The Clippers have lost multiple must-win games in a very disappointing, heartbreaking fashion.
There are only 18 games left in the season for the LA Clippers. They’re half a game away from the play-in tournament. This team can’t afford to just “figure it out” anymore. Their schedule is too hard, and they have too little margin for error. While Paul George can continue making history, the Clippers have to be better, or it’s empty history.