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Gordon passes Pippen to become Bulls' career leader in 3s

Posted Dec 27 2008 8:01PM

ATLANTA (AP) -- Ben Gordon made three 3-pointers in the first quarter on Saturday night against the Atlanta Hawks to pass Scottie Pippen and become the Chicago Bulls' career leader in 3-pointers.

Pippen made 664 3-pointers in 856 games with the Bulls.

Gordon, playing in his 346th game with the Bulls, began the night with 663 3-pointers. He had 15 points in the first quarter and made all three attempts from behind the arc.

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