To help break their eight-game losing streak on the road, the Golden State Warriors caught fire from beyond the arc against the Houston Rockets. Klay Thompson got the party going early, drilling four triples in the opening quarter.
Thompson stayed hot the entire contest, drilling a season-high 10 triples from beyond the arc. Thompson joined Cleveland’s Darius Garland as the only players to hit 10 3-pointers during the 2022-23 season.
Steph Curry got involved from long distance, hitting seven triples of his own. Curry finished the contest shooting 7-of-14 from beyond the arc. Andrew Wiggins added six jumpers from deep to give Golden State’s trio a record-breaking 23 made 3-pointers in a single game.
Thompson (10), Curry (7) and Wiggins (6) combined for the most 3-pointers made by a trio of teammates in NBA history as the Warriors secured their first road win of the season. The Warriors jumped ahead of the Cleveland Cavaliers, who just broke the record earlier in the 2022-23 season.
Via @warriors on Twitter:
Klay – 10 threes ☔️
Stephen – 7 threes ☔️
Andrew – 6 threes ☔️
That’s the most combined treys by a trio in NBA history! pic.twitter.com/UvNx9KayoE
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) November 21, 2022
Via @WarriorsMuse on Twitter:
Stephen Curry (7), Klay Thompson (10), and Andrew Wiggins (6) now have the record for MOST 3PM between THREE TEAMMATES in the same game, with 23.
They broke the record of Kevin Love, Donovan Mitchell, and Dean Wade, who combined for 22 3PM weeks ago. pic.twitter.com/UcrBbUa1TB
— WarriorsMuse (@WarriorsMuse) November 21, 2022
Via @ESPNStatsInfo on Twitter:
The Warriors won their first road game of the season by defeating the Rockets in Houston 127-120.
Klay Thompson (10), Stephen Curry (7), and Andrew Wiggins (6) combined on 23 3-pointers, the most by a trio in a game in NBA history. pic.twitter.com/5ieWYTsDnM
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 21, 2022
Jordan Poole was the only other member of the Warriors that registered a made 3-pointer on Sunday against the Rockets.