Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson broke teammate Stephen Curry’s NBA record for 3-pointers in a game with his 14th. With just under five minutes remaining in the third quarter Monday night against the Chicago Bulls, Thompson set the mark. Golden State led 92-50 at halftime, the second highest point total for a half in NBA history. Thompson has been struggling this season, and entered the game averaging 15.1 points in seven games while shooting just 13.9 percent from 3-point range. Thompson finished the Warriors’ 149-124 victory with 52 points and five rebounds. It was Thompson’s third career 50-point game.
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