Clippers vs. Hawks final score: Kyle Korver ties record in 107-97 win

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Korver had a huge game coming back from injury Wednesday night.

Kyle Korver returned from injury to score 23 points in a record-setting performance as the Atlanta Hawks beat the Los Angeles Clippers, 107-97, on Wednesday night. Playing in his first game since Nov. 26, the sharpshooter delivered arguably his best effort of the season in the win.

Knocking down 6-of-9 three-pointer attempts, Korver continues to establish himself as one of the game's all-time great shooters:

This season, Korver is now 44-of-85 (52 percent) from three-point range over 16 games.

The Hawks had some other help on Wednesday night, too, with Paul Millsap adding 25 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Chris Paul finished with 19 points and 11 assists, plus he held Hawks point guard Jeff Teague to just six points and six assists over 29 minutes.

Blake Griffin led L.A. in scoring with 24 points.

The win improves Atlanta's record to 10-10 this season, while the Clippers drop to 12-7.

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