By the Numbers: Warriors set single-season 3-point record

Stephen Curry and the Warriors have eclipsed the NBA single-season standard for made 3-pointers. Noah Graham/NBAE/Getty Images

With 21 made 3-point field goals on Friday, the Golden State Warriors set the single-season record for most made 3s, with 938.

At their current pace, the Warriors will finish the season with 1,068 3-pointers and become the first team to finish with more than 1,000 made treys.

Here is a look into the numbers of the record-breaking season the Warriors are having:

5 - The Warriors have five games with 20-plus made 3-pointers. The rest of the NBA has two such games combined.

7 - Golden State averages seven made 3-pointers when uncontested this season (of the 13 3s it averages per game). There are five NBA teams that do not average more than seven made 3s -- of any kind -- per game this season.

8 - The Splash Brothers -- Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson -- have combined for eight games of 9-plus 3-pointers between the two. The rest of the NBA has five such games combined.

12 - The Warriors have made 12 3-pointers against both Wesley Matthews and Damian Lillard, the most against a single primary defender.

13 - Thirteen different Warriors players have made a 3-pointer this season, including Andrew Bogut (1), Kevon Looney (1) and James Michael McAdoo (1).

64 - Including those 21 on Friday, the Warriors have made 64 3-pointers against the Mavericks, most against a single opponent this season.

195 - 195 of the 3-pointers the Warriors have made have come in transition.

594 - Curry and Thompson have combined for 594 made 3-pointers. That total alone would rank 17th among teams in the NBA this season.

750 - Warriors shooters have made 750 3-pointers coming off a pass. On just those 3s alone, the Warriors would rank 4th in the NBA.