Warriors hit an incredible 26 threes in victory over the Lakers

Golden State Warriors players hit 26 three-pointers in their 134-120 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night (9). Stephen Curry, of course, was the highlight, with six hits in six attempts, a 100% success rate, and Klay Thompson’s five out of ten three-pointers are also not surprising. 

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But even Draymond Green was sharp and also converted five of seven, scoring all 15 of his game points via successful shots from behind the three-point line. 

The pivot was crucial to the game not only because of his good aim, but because he provided ten assists, reaching a double-double, as well as six rebounds and a block. 

As a result, the scorer of the match was LeBron James, with 33 points, as well as 11 assists and seven rebounds. But the Warriors’ team play prevailed. With the result, Golden State placed behind the Lakers on the leaderboard: while LeBron’s team occupied ninth place in the Western Conference, with 45 wins, the Warriors are in tenth, with 44.

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It is worth remembering that there are only three rounds left until the end of the regular season, and both teams are guaranteeing places in the play-in, the NBA playoff, where the teams classified between seventh and tenth place in the regular season of each conference compete between themselves in search of the seventh and eighth spots in the playoffs. The 11th place Houston Rockets only have 39 wins and can no longer catch up.

See below who scored the Warriors’ 26 three-pointers:

Stephen Curry – 6/6

Draymond Green – 5/7

Klay Thompson – 5/10

Brandin Podziemski – 3/3

Andrew Wiggins – 3/5

Gary Payton II – 2/3

Jonathan Kuminga – 1/3

Chris Paul – 1/4

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