NBA: Hawks break 3-point record to beat Pelicans
Atlanta win against New Orleans 123-107, setting NBA record by going 11-for-11 on 3-pointers in 1 quarter
The Atlanta Hawks beat the New Orleans Pelicans 123-107 at home on Tuesday evening as the Hawks broke an NBA record by going 11-for-11 on 3-pointers in the third quarter of the match.
Point guard Trae Young led the Hawks, scoring 30 points and making 12 assists. Serbian shooting guard Bogdan Bogdanovic had 21 points, while Kevin Huerter added 17 points.
Pelicans power forward Zion Williamson was the game's top scorer. Williamson racked up 34 points against the Hawks and he also had five rebounds.
Another Pelicans player Eric Bledsoe had 14 points, while Lonzo Ball finished the game with 12 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds.
Indiana Pacers - Chicago Bulls: 97-113
Boston Celtics - Philadelphia 76ers: 96-106
Toronto Raptors - Los Angeles Lakers: 101-110
Atlanta Hawks - New Orleans Pelicans: 123-107
Miami Heat - Memphis Grizzlies: 112-124
Denver Nuggets - Detroit Pistons: 134-119
Los Angeles Clippers - Portland Trail Blazers: 133-116
Golden State Warriors - Milwaukee Bucks: 122-121
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