On Wednesday night, The Brooklyn Nets scored 91 points against Golden State. It was the 3rd most score in the whole NBA history. The Nets beat the Golden State Warriors, 91-51. Nets player Kevin Durant recorded 23 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists for the nets. James Wiseman recorded 30 points and 6 rebounds The Warrior’s team was missing Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Andrew Wiggins.
Brooklyn shot 35 for 49 (71.4%) in the first 24 minutes. The Brooklyn Nets grew to 20-12 and the Warriors dropped to 15-18. Let’s take a look back at NBA history. On November 10, 1990, Phoenix scored 107 points against Denver. Phoenix made history with the first most points in NBA history. On October 29, 2018, The Warriors (currently Nets star) Kevin Durant on their roster scored 92 against Chicago.