Entering Friday night, of the 15 NBA players that reached 5,000 career points in fewer than 200 games played, only one of them wasn't a Hall of Famer. The non-Hall of Famer's name? LeBron James.
That was entering Friday night. And by the time Friday night had begun, that club was expanded to 16 names, thanks to a certain 22-year-old who wows us with this type of stuff on the regular. His name? Luka Doncic.
But the amount of games isn't the only thing that's special about just how quickly Doncic was able to reach the 5,000-point threshold. He also did it at a younger age than all but three players in the history of the league — LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony — when he sunk that key free throw at 22 years and 68 days of age. Here's the rest of the 10 youngest to reach 5,000, with Doncic's inclusion not yet noted (via Stathead).
Tune in tomorrow to find out what other ridiculous feat Doncic has achieved.