With nine games on Monday night's slate, there was no shortage of NBA action to open the week.
Records were broken, highlights were made, and multiple games came down to the wire. If you missed any of the night's action, we've got you covered below…
Klay Thompson, record setter
The Warriors All-Star guard entered the night having made just five of his 36 3-point attempts through seven games. To say he emerged from a slump would be an understatement - in just over 26 minutes of action, Thompson knocked down an NBA single-game record 14 3-pointers en route to a 52-point night.
He now holds the regular season and postseason records for made 3-pointers in a game.
Golden State knocked down 24 3-pointers - one shy of tying an NBA record - and defeated the Chicago Bulls 149-125.
Bucks stay unbeaten
The absence of superstars Kawhi Leonard (rest) and Giannis Antetokounmpo (concussion protocol) took away some of the lustre of the battle between the league's last unbeaten teams, but a balanced attack from Milwaukee (7-0) pushed them past Toronto (6-1).
Seven different Bucks scored in double figures as their defence held the Raptors to a season-low 37.9 percent shooting from the field and 20.0 percent shooting from deep. The Bucks outlasted the Raptors 124-107.
Jimmy Butler propels Wolves past Lakers
The Wolves, who entered the night on a two-game losing streak, played host to LeBron James and the Lakers, who welcomed Brandon Ingram back from a four-game suspension.
LeBron was LeBron (29 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists) and Karl-Anthony Towns had his best game of the season (25 points, 16 rebounds, six assists), but Jimmy Butler stole the show with his performance. In 37 minutes of action, the Wolves All-Star forward scored 32 points (while shooting 6-for-7 from deep), grabbed six rebounds and dished out four assists.
No three was bigger than Butler's dagger that put the Wolves up five points with less than 20 seconds remaining in the game. The Wolves advanced to 3-4 with a 124-120 win over the Lakers, who fall to 2-5.
Klay Thompson - 52 points (14-for-24 3FG) in 26 minutes
DeMar DeRozan - 34 points (12-for-21 FG), nine assists, six rebounds
Jimmy Butler - 32 points (6-for-7 3FG), six rebounds, four assists
Karl-Anthony Towns - 25 points, 16 rebounds (nine offensive), six assists
Willie Cauley-Stein - 26 points (11-for-17 FG), 13 rebounds
Luka Doncic - Career-high 31 points (11-for-18 FG), eight rebounds, four assists
The moment Klay Thompson made NBA history
BIG MOOD 😎- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) October 30, 2018
📺 @NBCSAuthentic pic.twitter.com/Hf4alJASM2
Noah Vonleh finishing with AUTHORITY
Noah Vonleh WITH AUTHORITY! 😤💥#NewYorkForever #KiaTipOff18 pic.twitter.com/4Za7mRGFAC- NBA (@NBA) October 30, 2018
Jimmy Butler puts the game away with a clutch dagger
CLUTCH AS THEY COME. pic.twitter.com/dcFTjhl9f8- Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) October 30, 2018
Vince Carter is an ageless wonder
Vince Carter throws down the WINDMILL in warmups! 👀 pic.twitter.com/eNtbbxYXkX- NBA Canada (@NBACanada) October 29, 2018
This is just one of rookie Trae Young's eight assists on the night
Thread the needle!#TrueToAtlanta pic.twitter.com/25cESBO97Y- Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) October 30, 2018
Trail Blazers vs.Pacers | Hawks vs. 76ers
Kings vs. Heat | Nets vs. Knicks
Warriors vs. Bulls | Raptors vs. Bucks | Lakers vs. Timberwolves
Mavericks vs. Spurs | Pelicans vs. Nuggets