Channing Frye #8 of the Cleveland Cavaliers shoots in front of Kelly Oubre Jr. #12 of the Washington Wizards during the first half at Verizon Center on November 11, 2016 in Washington, DC. Patrick Smith/Getty Images/AFP
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Channing Frye scored five of Cleveland's 14 three pointers as the Cavaliers broke an NBA three-point shooting record in a 100-93 win over the Charlotte Hornets Sunday.Frye sparked the reigning champion Cavaliers by coming off the bench to score 20 points as Cleveland became the first team in league history to make at least 10 three pointers in their first nine games.James finished with 19 points, seven rebounds and passed for eight assists in front of a crowd of 20,500 at Quicken Loans Arena.Kyrie Irving tallied 19 points, while Kevin Love scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Cleveland. Reserve Iman Shumpert scored 15 points.The Cavs trailed 72-71 entering the fourth, but Shumpert and Frye made three-pointers to give Cleveland the lead.The Hornets led 72-71 entering the final quarter when Shumpert and Frye made three-pointers to give the Cavs the lead.
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