Kyrie Irving hit seven 3-pointers, Kevin Love hit six, J.R. Smith hit five and LeBron James hit three treys as the Cleveland Cavaliers caught fire in Game 4 of the 2017 NBA Finals, pouring in a Finals-record 24 threes. The Cavs broke the mark of 18 set in Game 2 of the series by the Golden State Warriors, and came just one shy of the NBA all-time postseason-high of 25.
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