SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings combined for an -record 4 1 3-pointers during Saturday night’s 127-123 Warriors Triumph at Golden 1 Center.

Trainers coach was pleased with the result and said his team knows that shooting distance has come to be the new ordinary round the globe.

“It is immediately that you see, right?” Kerr said of teams’ prowess. “Everybody’s shooting 3s. This was just an extraordinary offensive display by both teams. The issue for people was the turnovers. Every time we turned the ball was a 3 or dip. That’s what kept them from the game. I believed we have anything we wanted, we did a very great job moving the ball.

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The Warriors and Kings beat the previous mark of 40 3-pointers, set in a February 2018 game involving the Minnesota Timberwolves (1 9 ) and also the Cleveland Cavaliers (2-1 ).

Warriors star Kevin Durant said he doesn’t think the 3-point barrage the team has seen recently will continue much longer.

“It is fast,” Durant said of the present pace. “I would rather play in the 3-point line, however, you have to accommodate. I think a lot of players have adapted their games and changed how they’re playing with. However, I don’t see this lasting a lot .”

Why don’t?

“The way the game is played, select style. It will cease in another, but I think a lot of guys are just adjusting their games into these occasions. It’s interesting for the fans, it’s interesting for all of us sometimes. However, in addition, it is difficult to watch and tough to play . But that’s what we opted for.”

Even the Kings, whose 20 3s put a franchise listing, dropped short down the stretch in a game that had 18 lead changes.

“It felt each single time we travelled down the court somebody hit a3. That’s obviously no every game type of thing, however, it shows the types of shooters both teams possess and also the ability both teams have to knock down 3s. It was very good to find a lot of the shots fall for all of us “

Warriors swingman Klay Thompson said he had”pleasure” playing in that type of shoot out, but acknowledged just how far the game has changed in the past several decades.

“So much,” said Thompson, who made three 3-pointers and finished with 20 points. “After I grew up, what I was used to watching was a slower pace. Except teams such as the Suns will come across, the Nuggets, but now it’s like [we’re] middle of this bunch in pace of play, which means that is incredible to think about. It feels just like four or five years past we were beforehand by a huge margin… the Showtime played that however, you have to be in fantastic form. It’s interesting to be a part of, honestly”

Warriors forward Draymond Green, a former Defensive Player of the Year winner, confirmed a point he has made repeatedly through the year about the way in which the flow of games has changed.

“You can’t play defense in the league now,” Green said. “So, I guess that is what [the team ] wanted, right?”

Fans celebrity Stephen Curry finished with 42 points, going 10-for-20 out of 3-point land. Together with Kings protector Buddy Hield going 8-of-13 on 3-pointers, it indicated the first game in history in which multiple players made at least eight 3s, accordingto Stats and Information research.

While Curry and his teammates said they enjoyed the pace of Saturday’s game, in addition, he said he knows that once the big games come later in the year they’ll need to perform a far much better job controlling the defensive pace.

“In the close of your afternoon , we know in order to win championships you’ve have to get stops and we did this in the fourth quarter,” Curry explained. “It’s an enjoyable way to perform with, particularly when you’re shooting at a high percentage. You can take as many threes because you want to but shooting at a high portion how it was on both ends has been pretty mad. Recognizing any breakdown or lapse in effort or decisionmaking, somebody will knock down a shot”