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Stephen Curry scores 42 points in historic game between the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings

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Stephen Curry (NBA Getty Images)

On Sunday, the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings did something we've never seen before.

For the first time in NBA history, both teams made at least 20 three-pointers in a single game. Whereas the Warriors made 21 of their 47 3-point attempts, the Kings made 20 of their 36 3-point attempts.

The Warriors and Kings also set an NBA record for the most combined 3-pointers made in a game, with 41.

Stephen Curry led the Warriors to a 127-123 win over their division rivals with 10 3-pointers. The two-time MVP finished the game with 42 points, five rebounds and two assists.

Curry received some help from Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, who combined for 49 points on 6-for-13 shooting from deep.

Buddy Hield stole the show for the Kings in scoring 32 points on 8-for-13 shooting from the perimeter. It's the most 3s Hield has made in a game in his NBA career.

Sacramento's second-leading scorer was Justin Jackson. He finished with 28 points (5-7 3PT) in 34 minutes off the bench.

The Warriors entered the game making an average of 12.3 3-pointers per contest, tied with the Brooklyn Nets for the fourth-most in the league. The Kings found themselves a couple of spots below the defending champions in the standings, sitting at No. 8 with 11.8 made 3-pointers.

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