Oubre, Hornets Set Franchise Record For 3s, Rout Pistons
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Kelly Oubre Jr. hit a career-high nine of Charlotte’s franchise-record 24 3-pointers and the Hornets routed the Pistons 140-111 on Wednesday night.
Oubre had eight 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, tying an NBA record set by Milwaukee’s Michael Redd in 2002.
Oubre was 8 of 9 on 3s in the fourth quarter before being subbed out with 4:08 left and the Hornets leading by 35.
Golden State’s Klay Thompson holds the league record for 3-pointers in a quarter with nine, that coming in the third quarter of a game in 2015.
Oubre finished 9 of 14 for the game, and the Hornets shot 57.1% overall from deep.
Trey Lyles had 17 points for Detroit.