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VIDEO: Watch All Record-Setting 25 Cavaliers Three-Pointers in Game 2 Win Over Atlanta Hawks

The Cavs broke the NBA record for most three-pointers made in a game on Wednesday night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals against the Atlanta Hawks.

Let’s run through the list.

1. J.R. Smith (1st)

2. Kevin Love (1st)

3. Kyrie Irving (1st)

4. LeBron James (1st)

5. Kevin Love (2nd)

6. J.R. Smith (2nd)

7. J.R. Smith (3rd)

8. J.R. Smith (4th)

9. LeBron James (2nd)

10. Channing Frye (1st)

11. Matthew Dellavedova (1st)

12. Richard Jefferson (1st)

13. LeBron James (3rd)

14. Kyrie Irving (2nd)

15. J.R. Smith (5th)

16. J.R. Smith (6th)

17. Richard Jefferson (2nd)

18. Kevin Love (3rd)

19. J.R. Smith (7th)

20. LeBron James (4th)

That 20th three tied the franchise record.

21. Kyrie Irving (3rd)

That 21st three tied the NBA record for most three-pointers made in a playoff game.

22. Kyrie Irving (4th)

That 22nd three broke the NBA record for most in a playoff game.

23. Iman Shumpert (1st)

That 23rd three tied the NBA record for most threes in a game (regular season or playoffs.)

The record was also accomplished by the Orlando Magic in 2009 and the Houston Rockets in 2013.

24. Dahntay Jones (1st)

That three broke the record for most in a game (playoffs or regular season.)

25. Mo Williams (1st)

The NBA record is now 25.

The Cavs as a team shot 25-for-45 .

Here’s the individual players who made threes:

J.R. Smith 7-13

Kyrie Irving 4-5

LeBron James 4-6

Kevin Love 3-4

Richard Jefferson 2-2

Channing Frye 1-3

Matthew Dellavedova 1-3

Iman Shumpert 1-1

Dahntay Jones 1-2

Mo Williams 1-4

Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio. Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games.

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