Cavs Two Games Away From Tying NBA High Set By Warriors
The Cleveland Cavaliers took out the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday afternoon in what was a game between potential playoff opponents. With the Hornets battling for a playoff seed anywhere from three all the way to six, every game is important down the line.
Cleveland knocked down 16 three pointers, the 15th game they’ve made at least 10 three pointers in a game. According to Rick Noland of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram, the Cavs need just two more games of at least 10 three pointers in order to pass the Warriors mark of 15 straight games.
Cavs have made at least 10 3s in 15 team-record 15 straight games. Warriors (16) only team with longer streak this season
— Rick Noland MG/CT (@RickNoland) April 3, 2016
The Cavs play the Bucks and the Pacers on a back-to-back set of the season, the final one for the Cavs, and could very well get hot and continue this great shooting run.