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Kyle Korver extends three-point streak to 85 against Pistons

Kyle Korver pulls to within four games of Dana Barros' all-time record in the second quarter against the Detroit Pistons.

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Kyle Korver kept his consecutive games streak with a made three alive with a three-pointer from the corner in the second quarter against the Detroit Pistons. Korver missed his first two attempts from the floor in the first quarter and then briefly left the game due to an eye laceration.

He returned without stitches in the second quarter and extended the streak after some nice ball movement from the Hawks freed him in the corner to give the Hawks a 39-36 lead. Korver is now four games behind Dana Barros' all-time mark of 89 games.

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