Houston Rockets' Chandler Parsons (25) is surrounded by Memphis Grizzlies Nick Calathes (12), Tayshaun Prince, rear, and Zach Randolph (50) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, in Houston. The Grizzlies won 88-87. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

Houston Rockets forward Chandler Parsons was a man possessed Friday from beyond the arc.

The former Gator and 2011 SEC Player of the Year set an NBA record for three-pointers made in one half, and a franchise record for the most in a single game.

Parsons knocked down 10 of 11 attempts against Memphis in the second half after going 0-for-3 from long range in the first two quarters.

He finished with a career-high 34 points in an 88-87 loss to the Grizzlies.

“I was pretty much unconscious. My body went numb,” Parsons said after the game. “I’ve never felt that feeling on a basketball court before.”

The previous record was held by Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams, who last season hit nine 3-pointers in a half.

Friday was the second 30-point performance from Parsons this week. He scored 31 and grabbed 10 rebounds in Monday’s 126-113 victory over Portland.