Denver Nuggets 132-110 Golden Warriors

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After a loss to the Denver Nuggets on Monday night, Kevin Durant told the home crowd exactly what he thinks.

The Denver Nuggets have tied the National Basketball Association record for most three pointers made in a single game in a win against Golden State at the Pepsi Center on Monday.

Golden State's Stephen Curry had a terrible night, meanwhile, making just 1 of 11 three-point attempts and 4 of 18 total field goals.

In Dallas, Isaiah Thomas had 29 points and eight assists, while backcourt teammate Marcus Smart added 19 points against his hometown team as Boston beat Dallas.

Four players are averaging at least 10.4 points per game, they are: Durant (25.9), Curry (25.2), Thompson (21.8) and Green (10.4).

After the trash talk the Warriors endured in Oklahoma City, it appears that they're having a little fun giving it back to the fans.

The record had only recently been set, with the Rockets hitting 24 three-pointers against the Pelicans in December.

Curry went for 11 points on 18 shots and was generally butt. The Big man finished the night with 25 points on 10-16 shooting in just 3 quarters. Does he try to find minutes for Hernangomez at the expense of Danilo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler?

The San Antonio Spurs took full advantage of Golden State's setback, closing to within four games at the top of the Western Conference by beating the Indiana Pacers 110-106. He recorded a career-high 27 points against the Warriors. On the court the offensive stats the Nuggets put up were vast. Hernangomez had six, Jameer Nelson had five, and Will Barton and Gary Harris each chipped in four. Jokic set a career high in boards with this one and easily crushed his 20-13-11 triple-double from February 3.

He was drafted just two years ago, and if you don't remember the Nuggets taking the 6-foot-10 Nokic in the second round of the 2014 NBA Draft, it's not your fault.

Jokic's line over the past three games? Their 79 first-half points were a season-high for a half and the most the Warriors have allowed in a half.