Russell Westbrook wasn't the only one making history on Thursday night, as the San Antonio Spurs did much more than walk away with a 154-147 double-overtime win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Spurs also managed to record the best 3-point shooting percentage in NBA history by a team attempting at least 15 shots beyond the arc, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

San Antonio's blistering 16-of-19 from downtown had them at an eye-popping 84.2 percent — one good enough to pass off as a team free-throw percentage.

What is most impressive, perhaps, is that the Spurs canned their first 14 3-pointers of the game, making that the most consecutive made triples to start a game by any team over the last 20 seasons:

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Surprisingly enough, this is coming from a team whose coach detests the 3-point shot in Gregg Popovich and has played a more '90s-like brand of basketball throughout his long coaching career in the league.

Yet it is the Spurs who lead the NBA in 3-point shooting at a sparkling 40.5 percent through the first half of the season — taking the fewest long-range attempts in the league, but doing so very effectively.

Besides a career-high 56-point outing from LaMarcus Aldridge, the Spurs will take a huge hard-fought win against one of the West's top teams, as they start turning the corner and molding into playoff shape after playing with a mostly rebuilt roster following an unforeseen offseason.