Who lost by the most points in NBA history?
OKLAHOMA CITY — Behind a franchise record 152 points, the Indiana Pacers handed the Oklahoma City Thunder the largest home loss in NBA history on Saturday, 152-95. The 57-point margin tops the previous mark of 56, set by the Celtics over the Bulls in 2018 and the SuperSonics over the Rockets in 1986.
What is the biggest defeat in NBA?
The Mavericks led by 72 points early in the fourth quarter before the Hornets were finally put out of their misery when the final buzzer sounded with the scores at 127-59. The 68-point loss equals the biggest defeat ever seen in the NBA’s regular season — when Cleveland beat Miami 148-80 in 1991.
Who has the most 3 pointers in a game?
In 2016, during his unanimous MVP season, Stephen Curry tied that tally. In the five years since, three players have knocked down more than 12 3-pointers in a single-game. First, Curry broke his own record that same year before his teammate Klay Thompson set the NBA record with 14 at the start of the 2018-19 season.
What is the lowest scoring NBA game?
NBA Lowest-Scoring Record
On November 22, 1950, the Fort Wayne Pistons defeated the reigning champions of the Minneapolis Lakers for 19 to 18, in the match that would go down in history as the game with the lowest-scoring (37 combined points).