​A cursory glance at the box score would suggest the Golden State Warriors went to Denver and put on their usual display of offensive dominance.

Look again, though, and you'll see the Denver Nuggets are the ones who actually made NBA history in a 132-110 victory on Monday night.

They were paced by an unconscious display from behind the arc, making 24 triples to tie the NBA single-game record.

It's as impressive to watch as it sounds on paper.

They attempted 40 three-point shots overall, with the last two failing to fall, leaving the team tied with a mark the Houston Rockets set just a couple of months ago.

Rookie Juancho Hernangomez, Jameer Nelson, Will Barton, and Gary Harris all made at least four triples on the night. Nikola Jokic didn't even attempt one, but he still managed to pull down a triple-double (17 points, 21 rebounds, 12 assists).

In other words, the Nuggets completely dismantled the Warriors at their own game. Let's make this a playoff series.