Lou Will entered the night trailing Curry (11,147) by 27 points.
Congrats to @TeamLou23 of the @LAClippers for scoring the most points off the bench in @NBAHistory! #ClipperNation
Williams told ESPN, “Anytime you can say to have ‘of all time’ next to your name, no matter what it is, it’s special.” Adding “With being a sixth man and being a career bench player to have an opportunity to be something that says ever at the end of it is special to me. ”
The 32-year-old entered the night trailing Curry (11,147) by 27 points. He passed former Clipper Jamal Crawford for second all-time with the win over the Thunder last Friday.
Last night’s game marked William’s 28th career game with 30 or more points. Catch the history-making shot below.
With this bucket, @TeamLou23 becomes the #NBA all-time leader in points scored off the bench! #ClipperNation https://t.co/yKMhGarSVN