LeBron James scores 35, hits a clutch 3 to beat the Raptors & ties Mark Price for most 3-pointers in Cavs history

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| December 10th, 2014 | 1,575 Views

LeBron scored a game-high 35 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with less than a minute in the game, to give the Cavs their 8th win in a row and to break LeBron’s under 30 points streak.  It’s been 11 games since James broke the 30 mark and you would have to go back to his rookie season to find another streak like that.

James’ clutch 3-pointer also tied him with the great Mark Price for most franchise 3-pointers at 802.

This would be a good opportunity to show Mark Price’s video from one of the best NBA VHS tapes ever – Superstars 3!




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