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It's Raining Threes!

 

No one would be surprised if Ray, Pierce, or even Pietrus (who I’ll write about in a post later this week) was pictured with the words 3 pointers.   But Kevin Garnett, in the last 3 games, is perfect from beyond the arc (3-3).  You may say “small sample” size. But heck, who cares!  And KG, yeah, he wants you to wipe that surprise look off your face each time he drains a 3 pointer like Ray Allen.

Friday night he told everyone he didn’t want to become the next Rasheed Wallace.  But Sunday, he drained another 3 pointer.  Following today’s game, he chatted with reporters about his butter-like stroke from a distance this season:

“Don’t get used to that y’all. It’s not even that. Man, listen, I can shoot 3’s. OK? We need to cut this, alright? Because I don’t want no more questions about this — I can shoot 3’s, alright? You’re all acting like I’m 50 and I’m out here on one leg and a cane. Some nights are better than others. I’m human, I mess up. I make mistakes. But I can shoot 3’s.”

He explains he doesn’t take many 3 because he plays alongside some player named Ray Allen? Yeah I heard he’s pretty good 3 point shooter.

“I can shoot 3’s. Look do not get all, ‘Shoot a 3!’ I don’t want that. You know how [the fans] used to do it with [Brian Scalabrine]. ‘Shoooooot!’ No, don’t do that; Don’t do that to me. I’m not on the Celtics to be out here shooting 3’s. I am here to do other things, not shoot 3’s. But I can shoot 3’s, OK.

So everyone got that? KG can shoot 3s and pick up your jaw off the floor when he does!

 

One Comment

  1. Stephen Varnum

    February 6, 2012 at 12:56 am

    he’s 3 for 3 in the season and has had one each in the last three games…I LOVE IT, big man is expanding his already great range

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