Saddiq Bey Breaks Allan Houston’s Pistons Single-Season Three-Point Record

Saddiq Bey made more franchise history from behind the arc on Wednesday night when he broke Allan Houston’s single-season record for three-pointers made during the Pistons 122-101 rout over the Hawks.

Bey set the record in the fourth quarter knocking down his 192nd three-pointer of the season, one of three that he knocked down during a 10 point, four rebound, and four assists outing.

This historic achievement comes on the heels of his 51 point explosion against the Orlando Magic when Bey shot 10-14 from behind the arc in a 134-120 Pistons win over the Magic. The slumping Pistons have won two games out of their last eight outings on the hardwood.

Bey ranks third on the Pistons in scoring behind Jerami Grant and Cade Cunningham with 16.3 points per game this season for the Pistons, improving on his All-Rookie first-team season average of 12.2 points.

Saddiq has a chance to add to his 3 point totals on Friday night against the Washington Wizards.