Tuesday March 31st, 2015

Atlanta Hawks sharpshooter Kyle Korver helped bury the Milwaukee Bucks by scoring 11 straight points by himself in the third quarter.

Korver got hot from the outside and hit four shots from the perimeter to help stretch Atlanta's lead. Despite playing more than 33 minutes, Korver's only points came in that 65-second stretch. 

Marc Gasol missed a shot in the first quarter and tore his jersey apart

Korver, who entered the game shooting 49.8% from behind the arc, finished the night just 3-for-9 on three-point attempts.

The Hawks won, 101-88, and extended their lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers for first place in the Eastern Conference.

- Dan Gartland

[via CBS Sports]

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