San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker hasn't just been hot from 3-point range during the 2014-15 NBA season - he's been en fuego on a historic level.
Per Dan McCarney of My San Antonio, "Tony Parker continued his uncharacteristic hot streak from long range on Friday, drilling his only attempt to raise his season percentage to 66.6 (16 for 24). Not only does that lead the NBA, it’s the highest percentage in league history through 15 games, period."
No details were given in the team's game notes as to who Parker surpassed, with press row arguing between Steve Smith and Luke Walton as the former holder of the record.
Regardless, Parker's eagle-eye start from three this season hasn't prompted him to start taking long-range shot after long-range shot like the Stephen Curries of the world.
Parker has attempted just 1.6 threes per game, content to dance with what brought him in regards to his slash-and-kick offensive style.
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