Klay Thompson gets fired up in this game to make the NBA's single-game three-pointer record of 14 threes. Nikola Mirotic recorded 17 points, 10 boards, three steals and two assists. Jrue Holiday registered 16 points, nine assists and eight rebounds.
The Warriors scored 92 points in the first half of their game against the Bulls.
"That shows the unselfishness that's within him". If he hadn't made one in the third I would have just taken him out and to Klay's credit he would have understood too. "I thought our third quarter was pretty bad. I really believe I don't know if I would have been able to break these records I have gotten in my past just like tonight without the system I play in, the team I'm with or the guys I play with".
The record for most threes made in a single game didn't exactly impress Klay's father, Mychal, however.
Thompson said of his feat: 'That's what I do this for - those moments that you share with your team-mates.
"I've always said I want to continue to try to improve my shooting and get more efficient", Curry said. The play gave Denver its sixth win in seven games this season and increased its winning streak against Chicago to six.
Aberdeen v Rangers: Steven Gerrard reacts to SLC semi-final loss
After Celtic's win against Hearts on Sunday, the Hoops set up a clash with Aberdeen in this year's Betfred Cup final. He said: "We were up against the best Celtic team of a generation that year, they were outstanding".
"I said we're going to learn a lot about ourselves with how we come out of the locker room", coach Fred Hoiberg said.
Prior to last night, the most recent challenger to Wilt's points per minute throne was - ironically - Thompson who scored 2.07 points per minute in a 60-point outburst back in 2016 against Indiana.
It was unclear what happened with the volatile center, who was sitting in street clothes on the Golden State bench not far from where Curry had made a 3-pointer on a shot where it appeared he may have also drawn contact.
Perfect Bucks down Raptors Elsewhere on Monday, the eagerly anticipated match-up between the league's last two unbeaten teams, the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto and Milwaukee, saw the Bucks run out winners by 124-109.
The Bucks were missing Greek star Giannis Antetokounmpo, who was placed in the NBA's concussion protocol earlier Monday after suffering a blow to the head against Orlando at the weekend.
Tim Hardaway Jr led NY with 24 points.