Hawks Break NBA Record In Their Win Over Pelicans
Provided By - Video Elephant on April 07, 2021
The Atlanta Hawks broke an NBA record during their 123-107 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on April 6.
The Hawks shot 11 for 11 on 3 pointers in the third quarter of the tie, breaking the record for threes made in a quarter without a miss.
The record had previously been held by the Cleveland Cavaliers when they scored nine for nine.
The record is an example of how the Hawks have improved since Nate McMillan took over from Lloyd Pierce.
The Hawks are now 13-4 since McMillan took over as interim head coach on March 1.
Atlanta has now won seven home games in a row, their longest streak since winning 12 in a row in the 2014/15 season.