On Wednesday night, the Houston Rockets exploded for 136 points in an 18-point win over the Wizards, setting an NBA record for three-pointers in a game, making 26 of their 55 attempts from distance to break the old record of 25 set by the Cavs in 2017.
Rockets’ stars James Harden hit six of his 11 attempts and Chris Paul was an efficient 5-of-9 from deep.
The final threes came from Gary Clark and Michael Carter-Williams, not exactly known as a deadeye shooter, as Houston’s bench unit polished off the win with a record-setting cherry on top.
— NBA (@NBA) December 20, 2018
The loss dropped the Wizards to a dismal 12-20 on the season, and they have now lost both games since the Trevor Ariza trade.
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