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BBNBA: Devin Booker is the Third-Youngest Player with 4,000 Points

Devin Booker had an historic Friday night.

The former Kentucky shooting guard surpassed 4,000 career points in a 39-point performance.  He’s the third-youngest to ever reach the milestone, only behind Kevin Durant and LeBron James.

Booker also had 8 assists and 6 rebounds in his fourth consecutive 30-point game, an achievement no Phoenix Sun has done since 2004.

Booker’s former teammate did not have such a pleasant night.  Karl-Anthony Towns lost his cool in Utah and picked up two quick second quarter technicals to earn an ejection after scoring just 13 points.

Other notes from around the BBNBA…

—  Anthony Davis did not play, but yesterday he was awarded Western Conference Player of the Month for the month of February.  The Unibrow led the Pelicans to a seven-game win streak and averaged 35.0 points, 13.0 rebounds, 2.5 steals and 2.2 blocks in February.

—  Eric Bledsoe scored 15 points, but only made 3-of-11 shots in the Bucks’ fourth-straight loss.

—  In a game featuring three Wildcats, Jamal Murray was the best of the bunch with 9 points.  Trey Lyles only scored 4 and Andrew Harrison did not play as the Nuggets beat the Grizzlies 108-102.

—  Nerlens Noel was held scoreless in the Mavericks’ loss to the Bulls.

—  Michael Kidd-Gilchrist had 9 points, an assist, a steal and a rebound in a loss to the Sixers. Malik Monk did not play.

—  For the 30th time this season, Enes Kanter recorded a double-double.  In the Knicks’ loss to the Clippers he had 18 points, 14 rebounds and this block:

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

7 Comments for BBNBA: Devin Booker is the Third-Youngest Player with 4,000 Points



  1. Alleykat16
    11:51 am March 3, 2018 Permalink

    Of course he is the third fastest players now in the NBA by 18-19 years old just wonder how he would stack up against games played to reach that milestone I bet he would be right up there too



  2. WizardWCN
    5:27 pm March 3, 2018 Permalink

    the ref that t-up KAT looks like a prick. smug look on his face, thin skin. must be related to a few other thin skinned ref who make it all about them and not the players.



  3. Smyrna_Cat
    7:11 pm March 3, 2018 Permalink

    KAT didn’t look like he lost his cool. Look like he made a comment about the lack of a call.