The Spurs hit their first 14 three-pointers against the Thunder

The Spurs are red-hot tonight!

Led by a red-hot Marco Belinelli, the Spurs hit their first 14 threes against the Thunder, including going 10-10 in the first half: an NBA-best for any half over the last 20 years. It was the most threes the Spurs had opened a game hitting since they hit their first 11 against the Kings in 2002.

Belinelli hit 5-5, including three straight off steals in a 90-second span late in the first quarter, along with two from Patty Mills, three from Davis Bertans.

Bryn Forbes hit his first three three-point attempts to start the second half, followed by another for Bertans before Derrick White had the first miss of the night.

According to Elias, this is the most threes a team has opened the game hitting in 20 years. The previous record of 12 belonged to none other than the last season’s Thunder.

Source: Pounding The Rock

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