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Cavs Hit 25 3-Pointers in Game 2, Set All-Time NBA Record

The Cleveland Cavaliers made history on Tuesday night, draining an NBA All-Time record 25 3-pointers in Game 2 against the Atlanta Hawks.

The Cavs had 18 three’s in the first half alone, with J.R. Smith hitting six of them. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving each hit four three’s of their own as the Cavs defeated the Hawks 123-98. Check out every made long ball below.

After the game, the Hawks were mentally defeated, with one team member saying it felt like they got hit by machine guns.

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