Klay Thompson made an NBA-record 14 three-pointers and scored 52 points in the Golden State Warriors’ 149-124 shellacking of the Chicago Bulls on Monday night at the United Center.

Thompson’s production would be incredible over a full game, but it’s especially incredible in just *26 minutes*. Yes, he made 14 friggin’ three-pointers and scored 52 points, in only 26 minutes of play vs the Bulls.

Thompson tied — teammate and Splash Brother — Steph Curry’s NBA record of 13 threes in a game with 7:14 remaining in the third quarter.

And Thompson broke the record with this three with 4:55 to go in the third quarter:

Thompson’s official game line: 52 points, 18-of-29 on field goals, and 14-of-24 on three-pointers in 26 minutes. Absurd.

And it wasn’t just Thompson on Monday night. The Warriors outscored the Bulls 92-50 in the first half. 92 points are the most first-half points scored by a road team in *NBA history*.

The Warriors scored 125 points through three quarters, tied for the most by a road team in NBA history.

And the 149 points are the most allowed in a home game by the Bulls in franchise history.

That’s with Thompson, Curry, Kevin Durant, and Draymond Green all playing under 30 minutes, so the Warriors could’ve probably scored closer to 200 points if they really wanted to.

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