Golden State Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers combine for NBA-record night

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The Golden State Warriors improved their home record to 47 consecutive regular season wins with a 128-112 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers. 

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 26 buckets from deep and the two franchises produced an NBA-record night with 37 three-pointers. 

The Warriors went 18 of 40 from behind the arc and the Trail Blazers - led by Damian Lillard's 4 of 9 - were 19 of 36.

Lillard scored a career-high 51 points back in February as the Blazers inflicted the Warriors with their worst defeat of the season. However, he was kept quiet by the Dubs as he finished with 17 points at the Oracle Arena. 

It took Thompson less than a minute to hit his first bucket from deep, on his way to eight for the night as he shot a stunning 72.7 percent from range. 

Curry, who recently became the first player in NBA history to reach 300 three-pointers in a single season, ended with 50 percent from behind the arc as he finished with seven from 14.

Andre Iguodala chipped in with two from three and Brandon Rush had a solitary three. 

The Blazers' backcourt of Lillard and C.J. McCollum, who took it to the Warriors at the Moda Center, shot a combined 46.7 percent from three-point land to finish with seven from 15.

Al-Farouq Aminu, Noah Vonleh, Gerald Henderson, Allen Crabbe, Meyers Leonard, Brian Roberts and Pat Connaughton also hit threes for the Blazers.

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