On Friday, the Golden State Warriors made NBA history.

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Poole made his 200th career three in this game, becoming the third Golden State player to make at least 200 threes this season after Curry and Thompson.

As a result, the Warriors are just the second team in NBA history to have three players hit at least 200 threes in a single season, joining the 2016-17 Houston Rockets who had James Harden (262), Eric Gordon (246) and Ryan Anderson (204).

The trio combined to score 91 of the team’s 130 points against San Antonio, shooting a combined 20-38 (52.6 percent) from three.

Now tied in the standings for the 5-seed with the Los Angeles Clippers and just 1.5 games back of the Phoenix Suns for the 4-seed, the Warriors still have a chance to claim the 4-seed and home-court advantage for the first round of the playoffs.

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