Watch: LeBron James drops four three-pointers in 100 seconds vs Wizards

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LeBron James racked up 34 points last night as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Washington Wizards 122-155, and at one point in the third quarter the four-time NBA MVP put on a real show.

With the Cavs already up by double digits at the Verizon Center, James gave his best impression of his peer Steph Curry from the three-point line.

Hot streak

In just 100 seconds of action, the Cavs star dropped four threes from beyond the arc to the amazement of those commenting on the game. Scroll down this article to see the shooting masterclass.


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As you can see in the video, LeBron could have actually made it 12-points in less than two minutes but narrowly missed out on a fifth three-pointer towards the end of his hot streak. 

32 games into the 2015-16 season, James is actually shooting a career low .285-percent when attempting three-point shots. On Wednesday night, he shot .444 from downtown.


James' overall performance saw him equal his second-highest points total in a game this season and, speaking after the game, he credited a special visit from Leah Still, the daughter of NFL player Devon, for his impressive night:

"I knew she was going to be there tonight, and her and Zhuri, my baby girl, are my two favorite women in the world. They're just unbelievable," he said of the five-year-old who has battled a rare pediatric cancer over the past year.

"Just her strength and her courage and what she's been through over the last few years, man, it's uplifting to all of us, and it's always great seeing her, for sure."

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