Klay Thompson entered Monday night’s matchup against the Bulls having gone 5-36 from behind the three-point line. As one of the Warriors’ “Splash Brothers” and an undisputed sharpshooter, the rough start was unexpected for #11.
But halfway through the third quarter, Klay had already drastically bounced back from his dismal 3-point percentage, breaking the NBA record for threes in a game with an astounding 14 baskets from behind the arc.
Check out the record-breaking moment below.
Source: Heavy Sports