Houston Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni seemed genuinely disappointed his team only attempted 55 three-pointers against the Charlotte Hornets. “I don't know why we didn't shoot 60,” D'Antoni quipped. “We passed up about four.” James Harden had his first triple-double of the season with 27 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, and the visiting Rockets finished 22 of 57 from beyond the three-point arc in a 109-93 win Friday. Houston nearly broke its own NBA regular season records of 61 three-pointers attempted and 24 three-pointers made. Eric Gordon and Ryan Anderson led the three-point barrage. Gordon was six of 16 from beyond the arc while Anderson was six of 15.
Rockets set multiple NBA records in win over Hornets
Los Angeles Times | Oct 28