The Houston Rockets have been making it rain from deep all year long, so much so that they have broken their own record for made three-pointers in a season.
Houston knocked down 1,181 three-pointers in 2016-17, but Harden helped break the record with the team's fifth of the game against the Spurs.
With five games remaining, the squad has a chance to build on the record even more to potentially create an insurmountable mark.
While the total is worthy of the record books, the consistency might be even more impressive. Kris M. Gardner of Houston Roundball Review noted the streak heading into the matchup with the Spurs:
Harden is the biggest contributor in this area, making a league-leading 250 three-pointers entering the day, just shy of his career-best 262 from last season. While he could potentially pass last year's mark, which ranked ninth-best in NBA history, it seems unlikely he will catch Stephen Curry's record of 402 made threes from 2015-16.
Curry has the top three seasons ever put forth in this category and five of the top 10.
Still, Harden is far from the only one on the Rockets contributing from behind the arc. The team, which will finish the year with the best record in the NBA, has shot 36.5 percent from three-point range this season with six different players making at least 100 outside shots.
Just about every player in the rotation outside of Clint Capela is a threat to hit a shot from deep.
With Villanova also setting the record for the most three-pointers made in a season at the NCAA level, per ESPN Stats & Info, it's clear we are in a golden age for outside shooting.