Lou Will entered the night trailing Curry (11,147) by 27 points.
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.