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Danny Green breaks 3-point record in NBA Finals

June 16, 2013 at 11:46 PM   |   Comments

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June 16 (UPI) -- In Game 5 on Sunday, forward Danny Green of the San Antonio Spurs sunk a three-pointer and set an NBA FInals record.

Green broke the record previously set by the Boston Celtics' Ray Allen. Allen set the record in 2008 making 22 three-point shots against the Lakers in seven games, according to CBS Sports.

He may have broken a Finals record, but Green said in an interview this weekend: "I'm not worried about catching any records. I'm worried about helping my team and playing well and helping us win a game."

Is NBA Finals MVP in his future?

The Spurs defeated the Miami Heat 114-104 Sunday, taking a 3-2 lead in the series.

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