The Cleveland Cavaliers were hitting three-pointers like they were on fire in NBA Jam Wednesday night in Game 2 of their second-round matchup against the Atlanta Hawks. When the carnage was done, the Cavs sunk 25 three-point shots through what Ted Cruz would call a basketball ring, setting a new NBA record for three-pointers made in a game and winning 123-98.

But at least the Hawks had a sense of humor about it.

The Hawks have been one of the more socially-aware professional sports franchises on Twitter, and they got in the fun on the widespread Crying Jordan meme when they posted a graphic for the halftime score. The Cavs were up 74-38 at the half, so the Hawks replaced their own score with the popular image of the Hall-of-Famer sobbing.

Just in case anyone missed the joke, the Hawks were not quite as subtle with the next tweet posted.

The Hawks had a couple of other humorous tweets at their own expense during the game.

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