The Cleveland Cavaliers has a record night on Wednesday (MAy 4), when they recorded a NBA-record 25 three-pointers during their Game 2 win over the Atlanta Hawks.
The team made 18 threes in the first half, before adding seven more following halftime, led by J.R. Smiths seven.
Cleveland’s mark is the most in any game, regular or postseason, bettering the mark of 23 previously held by Orlando (2009) and Houston (2013).
LeBron James made four 3s and scored 27 points in their runway 123-98 win over the Hawks, who have lost 10 straight postseason games to Cleveland.
“Tonight was a special night for all of us who played,” James said. “This league has seen so many great teams, so many great players and great shooters, and for us to set an all-time record is truly special.”