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Kyle Korver extends streak to 100 games against the Magic

Kyle Korver extended his consecutive games streak with a made three to an even 100 games with a second quarter three against the Orlando Magic Sunday night.

Mike Lawrie

Kyle Korver extended his NBA record streak for consecutive games with at least one made three to an even 100 games in Sunday's loss to the Orlando Magic. Korver missed his first two attempts before hitting the century mark with a second quarter three.

Korver finished with eight points, four rebounds and two assists while going 3-5 from the field and 2-4 from three-point range. Korver entered Sunday's game averaging 12.9 points while shooting 50 percent from three-point range.

Korver's streak started in his second game with the Hawks at Oklahoma City and has continued through this season. He broke Dana Barros' 17-year old record of 89 games earlier this month against Cleveland. Portland's Nicolas Batum has the next closest active streak at 41 games.

Korver is such an integral part of Atlanta's offense that he is going to get plenty of opportunities to keep the streak alive. The Hawks are leading the league in assists per game and Korver thrives on that ball movement.