Thompson entered Monday's contest 5-36 from three in 2018-19.
Klay Thompson set the NBA record for most made three-pointers in one game on Monday night, erupting with 14 threes against the Bulls. Thompson surpassed teammate Steph Curry's record of 13 triples, set in Nov. 2016.
The four-time All-Star buried his 14th triple midway through the third quarter. He scored 36 in the first half, leading Golden State to the second-most first-half points in NBA history.
Thompson entered Monday night's game at the United Center in Chicago on a relative cold streak. He had made just five of 36 threes on the season despite shooting a career 41.9% from beyond the arc.
Watch Thompson's record-breaking three below:
Steph Curry and Kevin Durant exited the contest following Thompson's 14th three. Curry poured in 23 first-half points, while Durant added 14, going plus-45 in 28 minutes. Thompson headed to the bench late in the third quarter, ending his night with 52 points. The Washington State product's career high is 60.
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