December 13, 1983: The night the highest scoring game ever occured in the NBA. Vol: 186-184. 4 40+.

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370 total points.
Denver Nuggets and Detroit Pistons.
Four players over 40+.
12 players in double figures.
Isiah Thomas scores 47.
John Long scores 41.
Kiki Vanderweghe scores 51.
Alex English scores 47.
Triple overtime.

Must have been a HELL of a night.
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Another great game, this in regulation. A boxscore is available here: http://www.basketball-ref...scores/199011100PHO.html

Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns.

143-173. In regulation.
Only ONE player 40+, and it was for Denver (Woolridge).
Eight players 20+
Twelve players in double-figures.
Suns shot 64% from the field, and 39 made Ft's.
89 Free throws attempted for the game.
Suns only took 2 threes, and missed them both.
Denver went 2/7 from deep.


Shows you how much the NBA relies on the three-point shot nowadays.
 
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Originally Posted by bonafide101

I believe it was the Nuggets, not the Sonics
Correct, my bad.

I saw their old jerseys, saw some cities, thought it was Supersonics.


 
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"The passing game is basically doing whatever the hell you want. But tell me what coach is going to say, 'We're a freelance team'? It sounds like you're not coaching. Hey, if a coach gets some sort of thrill when the team runs a play right, that's good. I just happen to think differently."

Doug Moe
 
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i wonder if a team will ever reach 200? that would be crazy

if anything a suns and warriors game would probably be close to the feat
 
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this type of game every baller wanna be in so many points to go around lol
and ^ didnt the nuggets drop like 170 on the sonics durants rookie year
 
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