Joe Harris passes Jason Kidd as Nets' all-time leader in 3-pointers made
The longest-tenured Nets player has developed into one of the NBA's deadliest shooters since joining Brooklyn in 2016.
From NBA.com Staff
With his third 3-pointer Wednesday night vs. Miami, Joe Harris became Brooklyn Nets’ all-time leader in 3-pointers made, passing Jason Kidd’s record of 813 made threes.
Harris reached the milestone with a corner 3 at the 11:09 mark of the third quarter. It took Harris a total of 349 games to set the the record — 157 fewer than Kidd. Ultimately, the milestone came in defeat, though, as the Heat won 106-93.
Before the game, Nets coach Steve Nash praised Harris’ dedication to his craft.
“He’s an elite shooter for a reason,” Nash said. “His dedication and discipline to do it every day is outstanding and that’s why he is where he is. I don’t think anyone thought when he was in high school or college he’d be the Nets all-time leader in 3-pointers, so that’s just a tribute to how dedicated, how much he’s willing to sacrifice to continue to grow as a player and be in that type of category.”
INTO THE NETS RECORD BOOKS!
Joe Harris has now made the most three-pointers in Nets franchise history!!! pic.twitter.com/gvkbuZRey4
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) October 28, 2021
The top five list of Nets sharpshooters, in terms of made 3-pointers, now reads as follows: Harris (816), Kidd (813), Kerry Kittles (687), Vince Carter (638) and Joe Johnson (516).
Harris, who has led the NBA in 3-point percentage in two of the past three seasons, is the only player in Nets history to lead the league in 3-point percentage and he also hold the Nets’ career record for 3-point percentage (44%).