Milwaukee Bucks: Hitting milestones through first 26 games

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Milwaukee Bucks: Jrue Holiday
Dec 9, 2022; Dallas, Texas, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /

Milwaukee Bucks milestones reached: Jrue Holiday

Jrue Holiday has reached a few personal milestones and moved up the ranks on some Milwaukee Bucks leaderboards this season. As far as franchise history is concerned, Jrue Holiday passed Mo Williams for 15th in made 3-pointers.

For Jrue Holiday’s career he has certainly hit some big milestones, including making his 1,200th career 3-point shot against the New York Knicks and dishing his 5,500th assist against the Orlando Magic.

Milwaukee Bucks milestones to watch: Jrue Holiday

Jrue Holiday will continue moving up the all-time NBA ranks, beginning with 3-point shots, he passed Marco Belinelli for #82 all-time last night in Houston. Holiday needs five made 3-pointers to move into the top 80 and six to tie teammate Khris Middleton at #79.

Also for Jrue Holiday, his next steal will be his 1,300th career steal, Holiday would be the 74th player in NBA history to reach 1,300. Holiday would be just the 10th active player to reach the 1,300 steals mark, however he may be the 11th, Paul George trails Jrue by just one steal at 1,298 and plays Monday night and could pass Jrue. Holiday will have his chance Tuesday night against the Golden State Warriors. Jrue, based on his career totals could end up around the top 67 all-time in steals by the end of this season.

Jrue Holiday also stands just 12 points shy of 14,000 career points, a milestone he is very likely to hit during Tuesday’s game.

For Milwaukee Bucks franchise ranks, Jrue Holiday trails one of the players he was traded for, Eric Bledsoe, by 29 3-point makes for 14th in Bucks history and Carlos Delfino by 35 makes behind the arc, both reachable this season, probably even before the end of January.