Atlanta Hawks sharpshooter Kyle Korver extended his NBA-record three-point streak to 105 consecutive games with a made 3.
Korver knocked down a trinity of triples Wednesday night against the visiting Pacers, and led Atlanta with 17 points as the hometown Hawks handled Indiana 97-87.
The 6’7″ assassin drained his first 3 at the 9:41 mark in the third quarter and finished the game shooting three-of-five from deep and six-of-eight overall.
Korver is 3rd in the league in 3-point percentage, shooting .470 from the perimeter, and ranks 1st in the NBA in adjusted field goal percentage among qualified leaders with a .645 mark.
With Al Horford done for the season and Jeff Teague playing rather pedestrian basketball as of late, Korver is one of the few bright spots for the Hawks and their fans.
Keep it up, Kyle!