VIDEO | A performance the NBA won't remember: Memphis' Luke Kennard made history
Memphis basketball player Luke Kennard set several records in the game against Houston.
Memphis convincingly celebrated against Houston on its own field with 151:114, and after this game Kennard's fantastic performance is the most talked about. The Memphis basketball player scored 30 points, but the way he got to this number is especially impressive.
Kennard scored ten three-pointers in just 24 minutes spent on the floor and did it from 11 attempts, only once was not accurate. With this performance, he broke several records, first of all the franchise record and his personal record for the number of shots hit from a distance in one game.
In addition, Kennard became the first player in the NBA to make 10 or more three-pointers, with an accuracy of more than 90%. Before him, Klay Thompson and Ty Lawson managed to make 10 three-pointers with a percentage of 90% or higher, but Kennard no one did that in just 24 minutes.
Finally, it should be added that with this triumph, Memphis secured a place in the playoffs.