Klay Thompson sets National Basketball Association record with 14 3-pointers against Chicago Bulls

Klay Thompson sets National Basketball Association record with 14 3-pointers against Chicago Bulls

Phoenix had 107 in the first half of a 173-143 victory over Denver in 1990.

With Thompson already highlighted, 76ers point guard Ben Simmons gets the nod here after scoring 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting with 12 rebounds and nine assists in a highly efficient effort.

Curry has made at least five three-pointers in every game, but even guys who don't stray outside the arc are benefiting from it. Listen, I don't think the crowd was pleased with our first half, the coach wasn't pleased, the players weren't pleased, so we were - at halftime it wasn't pleasant in there because I don't think we played up to our capabilities. "I knew it was going to fall eventually".

It's already been a magical season for the Warriors.

Klay Thompson set an National Basketball Association record with 14 3-pointers as part of an NBA-season-high 52-point performance, and the visiting Golden State Warriors stormed to a 149-124 win over the Chicago Bulls on Monday night. He hit his 14th shot from downtown in the third quarter. "I'm just so blessed to play with the guys that I do".

Kerr will be hoping that this Curry-Durant comfort zone continues, and the Warriors have a chance to extend their winning run against the Chicago Bulls on Monday before returning to California for matches against the New Orleans Pelicans and the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday and Friday. Like, you don't really mention anything to him.

Durant was glad it was him.

Curry finally turned them back when his final three-pointer made it 115-108 with 1:07 to play.

After falling to Golden State's terrific twosome of Durant and Stephen Curry on Friday, now the Knicks have to handle Brooklyn's one-two punch of De'Angelo Russell and Chris LeVert, a duo that poured in 48 points on Sunday. He also missed two in a row last week because of a bruised left knee.

Tim Hardaway Jr. scored the first eight points of a decisive run spanning the second and third quarters as host NY snapped a five-game losing streak by beating Brooklyn.

One nearly expected Joakim Noah, the former Defensive Player of the Year victor who sat in the Reinsdorfs' suite and drew a standing ovation when shown on the video board, to run down and give a flagrant foul to somebody. He was waived by the New York Knicks with two years and $37.8 million remaining on his contract on October 13.

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