Chicago Bulls set a franchise record with 25 3-pointers — 9 by Zach LaVine, who scores 46 — in a 129-116 win over the New Orleans Pelicans

The Chicago Bulls unleashed a barrage of 3-pointers on the New Orleans Pelicans for a 129-116 victory Wednesday night at the United Center. The Bulls caught fire from beyond the arc, racing past their previous franchise record for 3s in a game by the end of the third quarter, and finished with 25. The Milwaukee Bucks set the NBA record earlier this season with 29 3s in a game. Zach LaVine scored a season-high 46 points — three short of his career best — and Coby White added 30 points on an electric, and historic, night for the backcourt duo. LaVine sank nine 3-pointers and White knocked down e…

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