The Warriors shot 7-of-29 from 3-point range in their road loss to the Denver Nuggets back on Oct. 21.
They fared much better Tuesday night at the Pepsi Center -- in the first quarter alone.
The Warriors set multiple new franchise records against the Nuggets Tuesday in a blistering first quarter that came to a close with the Dubs leading 51-38.
Golden State shot 10-of-14 from beyond the arc in the opening quarter, establishing a new franchise record for the most 3-pointers in a single quarter. Additionally, the 51 points were the most the Warriors have ever scored in the first quarter.
Stephen Curry led the way with four treys, while Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant each added three apiece.
The Warriors entered the game with the fourth-best 3-point shooting percentage in the league, and may be moving even further up that list after the first quarter Tuesday night.