Warriors news: Golden State hoists 46 three-pointers vs. Bucks
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Warriors hoist season-high 46 three-pointers in win over Bucks


The Golden State Warriors weren’t shy from the perimeter in putting up a season-high 46 shots from beyond the arc in their 105-95 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.

It was the third straight win for Steve Kerr’s group as they wrapped up their long road trip, which started with back-to-back losses to the Toronto Raptors and Detroit Pistons.

However, the Warriors got back on track in a big way, and that included the impressive win over the Bucks in Milwaukee.

And let’s just say that Stephen Curry and company weren’t holding back in launching a large number of shots from 3-point land, as noted by Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

Warriors have jacked up 46 threes tonight. Season-high.

The Warriors connected on 19 of those 46 attempts, with Curry, Klay Thompson, and Jonas Jerebko each making four on the night. Andre Iguodala and Alfonzo McKinnie also got in on the action in posting three each.

This was the type of performance that Golden State was looking for after Milwaukee scored a 134-111 victory in the previous meeting between the two teams back in early November.

But given the Warriors’ incredible shooting abilities over the years, it’s no surprise to see them turn to one of their biggest strengths to pick up the win.

Golden State will now return to the friendly confines of Oracle Arena for a Monday night matchup against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

After that, the Warriors will have another revenge game on the schedule as they’ll welcome the Toronto Raptors to town next Wednesday.