Moses Ehambe Becomes NBA D-League's All-Time Three-Point Leader
Moses Ehambe has been one of the NBA D-League's sharpshooters for years, so it's only fitting that he now stands alone in the league record book. With six three-pointers against the RGV Vipers on Wednesday night, the Iowa Energy vet surpassed Blake Ahearn as the NBA D-League's all-time career three-pointers made leader with 510.
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"I was aware that I was close but I wasn't even thinking about that when I was playing. Our focus is bringing another title to Iowa," Ehambe said.
Yet the 27-year-old, in the midst of what may be the best season of a pro career that's included two years in Spain, took time to soak in his accomplishment. "I called my wife, my one and only," he said. "She's encouraged me all along, whether I was shooting well or not shooting well."
Ehambe is shooting better than well right now; it was the third time in the past seven games that he made at least five treys. He's now hit a career-high 142 this season and is averaging a career-high 14.4 points per game. His accuracy from deep as a 43% career three-point shooter makes the record all the more impressive.
"It's a tremendous honor," Ehambe said.
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