The San Antonio Spurs couldn't miss from downtown in the first half of Thursday's 154-147 double-OT win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Spurs went a perfect 10-for-10 from beyond the arc to become the only team in the last 20 seasons to go 10-for-10 on 3-point attempts or better in a single half, according to ESPN.
Marco Belinelli led the Spurs' long-distance barrage by shooting 5-for-5 from deep, including a personal 9-0 scoring run within 40 seconds during the first quarter.
The Spurs didn't cool off in the second half, making four more in a row from deep before a Derrick White miss ended the streak at 14 3-pointers made.
San Antonio broke Oklahoma City's record of 12 straight 3-pointers to start a game, set in February 2017 against the Utah Jazz.
Entering Thursday's game, the Spurs led the NBA in 3-point shooting percentage with a 39.7-percent success rate.