SACRAMENTO -- The Warriors and the Kings put on a shooting performance for the ages Saturday night at Golden 1 Center.
The teams combined for 41 3-pointers, setting an NBA record for the most in a single game. The Kings also set a franchise record with 20 made threes.
Stay in the game with the latest updates on your beloved Bay Area and California sports teams! Sign up here for our All Access Daily newsletter.
The NBA record-breaker came on a Stephen Curry 3-pointer with 3:01 remaining in the fourth quarter. Curry’s Warriors went on to win 127-123.
Curry hit 10 3-pointers, and finished with 42 points to lead the Warriors, who shot 21 of 47 (44.7 percent) from deep. Buddy Hield hit a career-high eight 3-pointers, and scored 32 points for the Kings, who shot 20 of 36 (55.6 percent) from long distance.
Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Quinn Cook all hit three 3-pointers for the Warriors.
Golden State Warriors
Justin Jackson made five 3-pointers off the bench for the Kings, while Bogdan Bogdanovic made three while filling in for injured Iman Shumpert.