Kyle Korver ended the 2013-14 regular season shooting 47.2 percent from beyond the arc, making him the 3-point shooting king. According to the team, Korver is the first player in Hawks history to lead the league in 3-point shooting. That percentage, set while playing in 71 games, is only second to the 53.6 percent he shot in 52 games with Utah in 2009-2010.
Korver, as we all know, dominated this season, breaking Dana Barros' record of 89 consecutive games with a made 3. He got the streak all the way up to 127 straight games, which probably won't be touched anytime soon.
In a season that had its depressing stretches, rooting for Kyle to make another 3 was a highlight of the year for Atlanta fans. Congrats to Kyle!
Ladies and gentlemen, your 2013-14 three-point shooting champ: pic.twitter.com/VmFgPmigFi— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) April 17, 2014