When one of the sole reasons you get paid is to make three-pointers, it would be pretty dope if you do it as efficiently as Kyle Korver has been. The Hawks player recently shot his way into the record books in addition to justifying his paycheck. His three pointers tonight mark the 90th consecutive game with one, a new record. The streak breaks the 1994-96 record Dana Barros set. Perhaps even a bigger achievement is getting a compliment from LeBron James: 

Definitely kidding about James's compliment being the biggest deal, but still, congrats to Korver for teaching these teams to never sleep on him from beyond-the-arc. Korver was 2-of-3 from the three-point range in the record-breaking game against the Cavaliers, which the Hawks won 108-89.

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[via Bleacher Report]