We're a little late posting this, but for posterity sake, here are all 17 three-pointers from the Pistons' rout of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday afternoon. As you've probably heard by now, the 17 three-pointers (on 31 tries) was a franchise record. The 23-point win handed LeBron James his worst defeat against a team with a winning percentage below .300. And the Pistons were down 15 at one point.
Brandon Jennings hit five of the Pistons' 17 threes. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Jodie Meeks had three apiece. Kyle Singler, Jonas Jerebko and Caron Butler hit the other six triples with two each.
The Pistons' previous franchise high for three-pointers was set on April 9, 1996 against the New Jersey Nets when Terry Mills, Joe Dumars, Allan Houston, Michael Curry and Lindsey Hunter combined for 15 threes on 23 tries in a 111-94 win during Doug Collins' first year as head coach.
Video is via DBB favorite BadBoysRemix on YouTube