WATCH: Klay Thompson Breaks NBA’s Single-Game 3-Point Record Held by Warriors Teammate Steph Curry

Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson shoots the ball against Chicago Bulls forward Justin Holiday (7) and guard Zach LaVine (8) during Monday night’s game. Thompson broke the NBA’s single-game record for 3-pointers

The Golden State Warriors have won three titles in four seasons, yet they still do things on a nightly basis that amaze.

On Monday night against the Chicago Bulls, guard Klay Thompson set an NBA record with 14 made 3-pointers, breaking fellow Splash Brother Steph Curry’s previous mark of 13.

Thompson put himself on pace for the record with a blistering first half, tying the NBA record for threes in a half (held by Chandler Parsons) with 10 made on 14 attempts.

His efforts were part of a stunning Warriors offensive output in the first half. Cumulatively, the Warriors hit 17 3-pointers, an NBA team record for threes in a half. That helped them to an eye-popping 92-50 halftime lead; it’s the most points the Warriors have ever scored in a single half, and the second-most points any NBA team had scored in a first half ever.

Once he pulled even with Curry with 13 threes, the Warriors began feeding Thompson to get the record. After a few attempts came up short, he canned the record with just under five minutes remaining in the third quarter.

“That’s what I do this for is those moments that you share with your teammates,” Thompson said of celebrating the record with the rest of the Warriors. “That’s why we play basketball. It’s a collective effort. And I don’t know if I would be able to break these records I have gotten in my past like tonight without the system I play in or the team I play with, the guys I play with.”

Thompson was pulled from the game shortly after setting the record. He finished 14-for-24 from 3-point range, and ended with 52 points in just 27 minutes.

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SOURCE: USA Today, Jace Evans