Klay Thompson was in unstoppable form as the Warriors beat the Bulls away from home.
Klay Thompson made 14 three point shots to set an NBA record and also contributed 52 points as the Golden State Warriors beat the Chicago Bulls 149-124 on Tuesday, October 30.
Klay Thompson sets record
Klay Thompson was in unstoppable flow as the Golden State Warriors continued their impressive start to the season away at the Chicago Bulls.
The 28-year-old contributed 52 points to lead the warriors in scoring and break and NBA record held previously by his teammate Steph Curry who scored 51 points in their last outing against the Washington Wizards.
Warriors beat Bulls
Klay Thompom's 52 points and 14 from the three point arc was not the only record shattered by the Warriors.
They also set a franchise record of 92 points in the first two quarters and they ended the half 92-50 leading their hosts.