Klay Thompson Smashes Steph Curry's Record for Most 3-Pointers

Hope Soto
November 2, 2018

Keep up to date with all of the latest:tag: news! The 92 points in the first half were a team record and the second-most ever by an National Basketball Association team in a first half, behind the 1990 Suns, who once scored 107 points.

Thompson finished the contest with 52 points in 27 minutes, not seeing the floor after the 4:05 mark of the third quarter.

The Golden State Warriors showed their might as defending champions on Monday night and blew the Chicago Bulls out of their own building with a crushing 149-124 rout before a capacity crowd of 21,076 at the United Center. Thompson broke the single-game record for 3-pointers, finishing with 14, one more than the previous record set by Warriors teammate Stephen Curry. In the win, the Warriors assisted on 34 of their 53 made field goals, shooting 54.6 percent from the field and 53.3 percent from deep. Alfonzo McKinnie had 19 while Quinn Cook added 16 for the Warriors, who converted 24 of 45 from 3-point range.

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Coming into Monday night's game against the Chicago Bulls, Thompson had struggled to get going on the offensive end.

It's safe to say Thompson is now back on track.

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