NBA: Utah Jazz Outscores Charlotte Hornets With A Record-Breaking 29-Three Pointers

The Utah Jazz outscored the Charlotte Hornets with relentless three-point shots, 132-110.

From the first half, the Jazz were not touched by the warm hands in the three point area reaching the franchise record-breaking 28 three pointers.

This includes 19 three points from their bench.

Based on the NBA STATS, this is the largest in history based on what bench players have entered.

Donovan Mitchell had 23 points and eight assists, while Joe Ingles and Georges Niang combined for a career-high seven pointers.

The two finished with 21 points each.

Fil-Am Jordan Clarkson, on the other hand, did not give up finishing 20 points including five three pointers.

So far Utah is still the top team with a 25-6 record.

Meanwhile, the Hornets (14-16) wasted the strategy of Gordon Hayward and LaMelo Ball with 21 points.

The Hornets will next face the Suns on Thursday.

While the Jazz hosted their clash with defending champion Lakers on the same day.

Watch the full game highlights below:

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