The Utah Jazz drained a franchise-record 20 three-pointers as they thrashed the San Antonio Spurs 139-105.
Franchise star Donovan Mitchell led the way as the Jazz bombed away from beyond the arc, making 20 of their 33 three-balls (60.6 per cent) as they eased to a comfortable win.
Utah lit up the perimeter early and often from the tip-off. They shot 10 of 17 from beyond the arc over the first two quarters and opened up a 63-47 lead by half-time.
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In the second half, they ripped off a 17-6 run, capped by back-to-back three-pointers from Joe Ingles and Mitchell, to take as 84-59 lead with 6:29 left in the third quarter before cruising home.
Mitchell connected on four of his six attempted threes, Joe Ingles made 3-of-6 while Ricky Rubio, Jae Crowder and Royce O'Neal made two apiece.
New addition Kyle Korver, acquired via trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers, shot 3-of-4 from three-point land as he supplied 15 points in 15 minutes off the bench.
Tuesday night's results
- Portland Trail Blazers 102-111 Dallas Mavericks
- Orlando Magic 105-90 Miami Heat
- Chicago Bulls 90-96 Indiana Pacers
- San Antonio Spurs 105-139 Utah Jazz
- Sacramento Kings 122-105 Phoenix Suns
Click the video at the top of the page to watch the Jazz's franchise-record three-point barrage
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