It was a great day to be a Blazer.
In Wednesday evening's win over the Sacramento Kings, the Portland Trail Blazers tied the franchise record for three-pointers in a game with 23, set on August 7th in a 125-115 win over Denver inside the Orlando bubble.
As a team, Portland shot 47.9% from beyond the arc hitting 23-48 attempts en route to a 132-126 win on the road in Sacramento.
Leading Portland's three-point shooting barrage was Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, hitting six three-pointers each. Lillard shot 6-15 while McCollum made 6-16.
Robert Covington added another four, making 4-7 attempts from behind the arc. It was quite the bounceback from his 1-8 shooting performance against Toronto Monday night.
Starting small forward Derrick Jones Jr. made a three as well, finishing 1-3 from behind the arc.
Gary Trent Jr. also made 4-5 threes from off the bench and finished with 16 points for the game. Joining Trent Jr. off the bench was Carmelo Anthony who hit both of his three-point attempts against the Kings.
No one else for Portland attempted a three.