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The Milwaukee Bucks rewrote the record books Tuesday night, making a whopping 29 triples in a huge 144-97 win over the Miami Heat.
Khris Middleton had a team-high 25 points to lead 7 double-digit scorers. Jrue Holiday added 24 including 6 triples.
Sam Merrill made the record-breaking 28th triple late in the 4th quarter off the bench.
The previous record was 27, held by James Harden’s Houston Rockets. The franchise also had 26 treys in another game.
All players the Bucks fielded scored in the game.
Milwaukee also set a new record for biggest road win. The team never trailed in the game.
Tyler Herro led the defending Eastern Conference champions with 15. Jimmy Butler did not play.
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