Miami Heat Sets NBA Record For Consecutive Free Throws Made Without A Miss, Secures Victory Against Oklahoma City Thunder

Photo: Instagram/Jimmy Butler

On Tuesday, the Miami Heat set an NBA record by going 40-for-40 from the free-throw line in a 112-111 victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The winning free-throw was made by Jimmy Butler in the final seconds of the game, who also had a 35-point performance with 23 free-throws made without a miss.

The previous record was held by the Utah Jazz, who made 39 free throws without a miss in 1982.

Photo: Instagram/Jimmy Butler

Other notable contributors to the record were Gabe Vincent, Jamal Cain, Max Strus, Victor Oladipo, and Dewayne Dedmon.


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