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Cavs set NBA three-point record in win over Hawks according to : Yahoo News Singapore

as mentioned in Kyle Korver’s scores three three-pointers to help the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 135-130 win over the Atlanta HawksThe Cleveland Cavaliers set an NBA regular-season record with 25 three-pointers on Friday as they defeated the Hawks 135-130 in Atlanta.
Former Hawks player Kyle Korver delivered the record-setting three-pointer with 1:17 remaining as the Cavaliers turned back a furious Atlanta rally.
The Cavs’ 25 treys, on 46 attempts, broke a record that had stood less than three months.
The reigning NBA champion Cavaliers led by as many as 25 points in the second half, but the Hawks trimmed the deficit to one point on Paul Millsap’s basket with 1:32 to play.
Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer said Atlanta came into the contest “wanting to take away the three-point line”.

Cavs set NBA three-point record in win over Hawks

as informed in The Cavs set the NBA playoff record for 3s with 25 against the Hawks in Game 2 of last year’s conference semifinal.
Irving paced the Cavs with 43 points and nine assists, while James banked 38 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists.
Also on Friday, the Cavs became the first team in NBA history with six players to make at least three 3-pointers.
They shot 65.2 percent as a team, while James and Irving combined for 55 points on 19-of-26 shooting.
Cleveland broke the previous record for 3-pointers in a regular-season game (24) set by the Houston Rockets on Dec. 16.

NBA roundup: Cavs set a record for 3-pointers

as informed in Greg Monroe also had 24 points for the Bucks.
Atlanta forward Paul Millsap, right, leaps to defend against Cleveland’s LeBron James during the Cavaliers’ 135-130 win on Friday in Atlanta.
ATLANTA — Kyrie Irving scored 43 points, LeBron James had 38 and the Cleveland Cavaliers set the NBA regular-season record with 25 3-pointers as they turned back Atlanta’s late rally to beat the Hawks 135-130 on Friday night.
BUCKS 112, CLIPPERS 101: Giannis Antetokounmpo had 24 points and eight assists, and Milwaukee nearly squandered an early 23-point lead before finishing strong in a win at home.
They watched their early edge dwindle to 77-74 late in the third quarter following four 3s in the period by Chris Paul.

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