Washington Wizards forward Davis Bertans had the game of his life against the Denver Nuggets at Capital One Arena on Wednesday. He broke two personal milestones in the Wizards' razor-close 130-128 home win, notching a career-high 35 points and most 3-pointers made with nine successful triples.

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The 28-year-old Latvian sniper was locked in from the get-go, as he didn't need much space to fire away from long distance. In 30 minutes of action off the bench, Bertans exclusively shot from past the arc, drilling nine of his 11 total attempts. He also had three rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block and also went a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line.

Here's his eighth make of the night, courtesy of a beautiful tip pass from teammate Russell Westbrook.

After making a name for himself as a solid rotation player for the San Antonio Spurs from 2016-19, Bertans found himself being traded to Washington in a three-team deal in July 2019. The Wizards gave him a bigger role on offense right away, which he capitalized on greatly. Bertans upped his scoring to 15.4 points per game on a blistering 43.2 percent shooting from the field and 42.4 clip from downtown to finish the 2019-20 campaign.

He entered free agency the following year and received a lot of interest from other teams. However, the 28-year-old marksman opted to stay in D.C. by signing a lucrative five-year, $80 million deal in the offseason.

Bertans had a slow start this season due to injuries but has clearly regained his legs over the team's last few games. The Wizards have won their last two games—which has been an extremely rare occurrence for the team this season. Davis Bertans' production will indeed be vital for Washington to somehow salvage their poor start.