The Brooklyn Nets big man Nic Claxton scored 24 points and 15 rebounds against the Golden State Warriors. He set the franchise record with a 12th straight game of at least three blocks, breaking the mark set twice by Shawn Bradley in 1996.
“Yeah I knew I was close, and I knew I didn’t have any blocks in the first half so I knew I needed to come out and get a few. That’s big-time. Beating that record is big-time,” Claxton said.
“I feel like the sky’s the limit. I’m just playing free. It’s a lot more opportunity out there for myself and my teammates are finding me and I’m staying aggressive with the minutes I’m being given and I’m just having fun and just playing. I’m having a lot of fun and definitely feel like the sky’s the limit.”