Warriors outscore Pelicans 147-140

| January 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

Photos by Gerome Wright   (Martinez News-Gazette)

There have been a lot of high scores this NBA season, and on Wednesday night the Warriors and Pelicans did their best to keep up with the trend. The Warriors came back from a 17-point down to beat the Pelicans, 147-140.

Steph Curry made history, becoming the first player to ever  make eight or more 3s in three consecutive games. He finished with 41 points on 9-of-17 3-point shooting on the night. K.D. added 30 points for Golden State, while Anthony Davis led the Pelicans with 30 points and 18 rebounds.

The two teams combined to make 43 3-pointers, breaking the NBA record set by the Kings and Warriors. The Warriors’ 24 made 3-pointers tied a franchise record set earlier this season, while the 49 attempts were the most in franchise history.

 

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