The Nets set a new franchise record with 24 three-pointers in Saturday night's 124-96 win over the Bulls on Sunday.
The team easily surpassed the previous mark of 21 three-pointers and came just one three-pointer away from tying the NBA record, which was set by the Cavaliers last season.
Quincy Acy was responsible for six of the team's three-pointers, while Allen Crabbe had five and Joe Harris had four. The Nets' record-breaking effort came after they made 19 three-pointers against the Bucks on Thursday.
"It was ball movement, and I just got hot and my teammates found me," Crabbe said, according to Newsday. "I kept finding the open space on the floor, and my shot was going in again for me. My teammates set good screens, and the point guards were finding guys."
Brooklyn notched their fourth road victory in five games as they continue to make a push towards finishing the season on a high note.
The Nets will host the Bulls on Monday at Barclays Center.