Klay Thompson breaks NBA record as Warriors end three-game road trip, beat Bulls 149-124

Klay sinks 14 triples, sets NBA record for 3's in a game

Whitley Sandretto
October 29, 2018 - 7:20 pm

How do you get people to stop saying you're in a "shooting slump"? You break an NBA record of course. 

Klay Thompson dropped 14 triples and that is the most in a game in NBA history. His Splash Brother, Stephen Curry, previously held that record with 13 threes. Klay finished the game with 52 points in the Warriors 149-124 win over the Bulls. This is Klay's third 50-point game with 52 points in 27 minutes. I think it's safe to say Klay isn't in a shooting slump, and whoever said Klay needs to shave his beard needs to apologize. 

Stephen Curry was feeding Klay the ball, helping him break his own record. It only makes since that Steph had the assist to Klay to tie his own record before Klay eventually broke it. 

Curry is officially the most selfless star in the NBA. 

The Warriors dropped a franchise-high 92 points in the FIRST HALF. 

Alfonzo McKinnie made his return to his hometown Chicago a memorable one. Before he had an excellent game with 19 points off the bench, he bought this mother a house in Chicago today. 

The Warriors return home and take on the New Orleans Pelicans at Oracle this Wednesday on Halloween. Tip-off is at 7:30 PM. Don't miss any of the action. Listen on 95.7 The Game. 

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